Mrs Clarissa Marcondes Macéa > Wald, Antunes, Vita e Blattner Advogados > Sao Paulo, Brazil > Lawyer Profile

Wald, Antunes, Vita e Blattner Advogados
04543-906 SÃO PAULO

Work Department



Administrative and Constitutional Law




Clarissa Marcondes Macéa is partner at Wald since 2021. Former law clerk at the Federal Supreme Court. Former legal head of the Social Services Secretariat of the Municipality of São Paulo. Public attorney in the City of São Paulo (on leave). Member of the Constitutional Law Commission of the São Paulo Chapter of the Brazilian Bar Association (OAB-SP). Lecturer on the course of Negotiation at Fundação Getúlio Vargas – GVLaw (2014-2017), and on the Mediation Continuous Education Program of the Federal Regional Court (TRF3), among others.

Clarissa is collaborator in legal publications and articles that deal with negotiation, arbitration, intellectual property and constitutional law.


Portuguese and English


LLB from the University of São Paulo (2002)

Specialisation in Public Administration – CISAP, from École Nationale d’Administration – ENA (2010)

LLM from Harvard Law School (2013)

Lawyer Rankings

Brazil > Dispute Resolution: Litigation

Entirely devoted to dispute resolution, Wald, Antunes, Vita e Blattner Advogados possesses the ‘ability to handle highly complex cases‘ heard before judicial courts and administrative bodies. With strong credentials in prominent superior court proceedings, the team is well versed in advising on civil, commercial, corporate, banking and infrastructure-related lawsuits. Founding partner Arnoldo Wald, Alexandre de Mendonça Wald, who specialises in disputes involving corporate law and concessions, and Arnoldo Wald Filho, who is well regarded for his ‘ability to resolve hurdles and settle disputes‘ in an array of sectors, are some of the main points of contact in the team. Mariana Tavares Antunes ‘stands out for her organisation and execution skills‘. Consumer and competition litigation are among Brasília-based partner Marcus Vinícius Vita Ferreira‘s areas of expertise, while ‘technical lawyerEduardo Cezar Chad and Bernardo Cavalcanti Freire are proficient in bankruptcy and restructuring cases. Riccardo Giuliano Figueira Torre, Adriana Campos Conrado Zamponi in Rio de Janeiro, and the recently promoted Clarissa Marcondes Macéa are also active in litigation.