Giovana Teodoro's practice focuses on white collar defense and anticorruption investigations in the United States and Latin America.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Giovana worked for a leading antitrust law firm in Brazil, advising domestic and international clients on complex merger control cases, antitrust compliance programs, and cartel investigations. She also has extensive experience as a pro bono attorney representing low-income clients in civil litigation and family lawsuits before the Brazilian courts. More recently Giovana served as a legal intern at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Investigations Section in New York, where she reviewed investigation reports and assisted international investigators with interviews and evidence gathering in procurement fraud cases and other matters related to misuse of UNDP resources.
- Universidade de São Paulo (Master in Corporate Law 2019; LL.B. 2014); Columbia University (LL.M. 2018; Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar); University of Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne (Exchange program, 2012)
- Portuguese, English, French, and Spanish