Luciana is graduated in Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo School of Law, has a Master's Degree in Law from Harvard Law School and attended a Postgraduate Program in Tax Law (ITP-International Tax Program) at Harvard University. She worked in New York at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher from 2000 to 2002. She is a member of the International Trade and Foreign Relations Commission of the Brazilian Bar Association, São Paulo Chapter (OAB/SP), and of the International Bar Association (IBA). Luciana is the author of the chapter "Contracts in International Trade" ("Contratos no Comércio Internacional" in the book International Trade Law (Direito do Comércio Internacional), coordinated by Antonio Carlos Rodrigues do Amaral, published by Aduaneiras, 2004; the chapter "Brazil" in the book Securities World 2005 - Jurisdictional Comparison, published by European Lawyer, 2005; and the chapter "Limited Liability Companies, Corporations, and Other Legal Entities" in the book Business Laws of Brazil, published by West, 2009-2010. She also published articles related to the corporate law practice, such as: "Takeover under Brazilian Law", published in the magazine IBA-International Business Lawyer, October 2003; and "Shareholders' Agreement for an Indefinite Term" ("Acordo de Acionistas por Prazo Indeterminado") on BM&F Bovespa's website, June 2010. She has been the Vice President of the Law School Association of Brazil since 2006. Mrs. Tornovsky was elected for the Executive Committee of the Harvard Law School Association, she is currently a member of the Harvard Business School Angels of Brazil and co-chair of Harvard Women Alliance in Brazil. She is a member of the Pro Bono Committee and coordinator of the Social Responsibility area at Demarest. She is a member of the "Lawyers Council for Civil and Economic Rights in the Americas", an initiative of the Cyrus R. Vance Centre for International Justice, linked to the New York City Bar.
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