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Humaira Alda Alberto

Humaira Alda Alberto

Associate, SAL & Caldeira Advogados, Lda.

Humaira Alda Alberto provides legal assistance to national and foreign clients, individuals and legal entities in several areas related to litigation. She has a special focus on enforcement of judgments and credit recovery, as well as the insolvency and recovery of commercial enterprises. She has gained experience through assignments in the fields of labor commercial, family and criminal law.

Experience has included advising:

  • As a team member, various companies, including banks, in credit recovery proceedings
  • As a team member, a construction company in criminal proceedings against employees who committed criminal offenses in the performance of their duties
  • As a team member, foreign companies in the incorporation of legal entities in Mozambique
  • As a team member, assistance on processes of insolvency and recovery of legal enterprises
  • As a team member, clients in the conduct of civil litigation
  • As a team member, employers in the conduct of disciplinary proceedings

Professional Qualifications

  • Lawyer registered at Mozambique Bar Association (2016)
  • Specialist in Business Law (2012)

Education

  • University of St. Thomas of Mozambique, Degree in Law (2014)
  • University of St. Thomas of Mozambique, Bachelor in Law (2011)
  • Josina Machel Secondary School, Graduate in High School (2008) 

Prior Experience

  • 2017 to date, Junior Consultant, SAL & Caldeira Advogados, Lda., DLA Piper Africa member firm in Mozambique
  • 2013 to 2017, Intern, Jurist and Trainee Lawyer, Maputo-based law firm
  • 2011 to 2012, Human Rights Activist, Mozambican Human Rights League

Memberships

  • Member of the Mozambique Bar Association
  • Founding and Honorary Member of the University of St. Thomas of Mozambique Students Association

Newsletter 2018

In this number you can read "Impossibility of locating debtors and personal guarantees as an obstacle on credit recovery process", "Undue enforcement of administrative acts: A look at the incident of declaration of ineffectiveness in processes of suspension of ineffectiveness of administrative acts" and "Admissibility of arbitration in administrative contracts".