Souto Correa goes to a major global event in the legal market

The firm is also one of the sponsors of the welcome party of the International Bar Association (IBA) annual conference. The event takes place in Miami between October 30 and November 4

Taking another step in its international expansion strategy, Souto Correa takes its largest delegation yet to an annual IBA – International Bar Association conference. The event takes place between October 30 and November 4 in Miami and brings together lawyers from more than 130 countries, making it one of the largest conferences in the legal market.

In this edition, Souto Correa will be represented by six lawyers: Anderson Ribeiro, Guilherme Rizzo Amaral, Isabelle Bueno, Leticia Provedel, Raquel Stein, and Ricardo Quass Duarte. Anderson and Raquel will be speakers on the health sector and sustainability.

Further, the firm will be one of the sponsors the welcome party, which takes place on October 30th on the night and marks the event’s official opening.

“More than a networking meeting with our foreign colleagues, being at the IBA conference is a unique opportunity to share best practices and discuss the role of the legal community in current and relevant topics for the present and future of globalization, such as ESG, health, impacts of the war in Ukraine, etc.”, says Raquel Stein, partner at Souto Correa.

The IBA’s annual conference has been held since 1947 in different parts of the world. The last in-person edition was held in Seoul (South Korea), in 2019, and had more than 6,000 delegates representing 2,700 law firms.

Visit our social networks for more information about our activities at the event. Or click here to meet more details about our delegates at the IBA.

Gender equity on the agenda
In addition to participating in the IBA conference, Raquel Stein will also be participating on a panel at the Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice – Women in the Profession meeting, also in Miami, to discuss how lawyers can mobilize locally to advance the promotion of gender equity and pro bono practices, which are causes also supported by Souto Correa.

For more information about the International Bar Association (IBA), click here. If you would like to learn more about the Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice, visit

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