Aline Osorio is an international specialist in Hughes Hubbard’s Anti-Corruption & Internal Investigations practice group based in the Paris office. Aline primarily advises clients in matters involving international anti-corruption laws, corporate governance and anti-corruption compliance, third-party due diligence, and internal investigations.
Prior to joining Hughes Hubbard, Aline served as a law clerk at the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court (2015/2017) and as Chief of staff and law clerk at Brazil’s Superior Electoral Court during the 2018 Presidential elections. She was also a Public Law Professor at the University Center of Brasília. At the beginning of her professional career, she worked for several years as an associate of leading law firms in Rio de Janeiro, where she assisted in corporate, tax and regulatory matters.
While at Harvard Law School, Aline was a research assistant for Prof. Lawrence Lessig, a member of the General Board of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review and the President of the HLS Brazilian Studies Association.
Harvard Law School 2017/2018 Irving Oberman Memorial Prize in Constitutional Law (Writing Prize)
Harvard Law School Jorge Paulo Lemann Fellowship (merit-based scholarship awarding full tuition)
Harvard Law School Gammon Fellowship for top LL.M. candidates
OSORIO, Aline. Election Law and Free Speech. Ed. Fórum (2016). [Published in Portuguese]
BARROSO, Luís Roberto; OSORIO, Aline. Democracy, Political Crisis, and Constitutional Jurisdiction. The Leading Role of the Brazilian Supreme Court. In: LANDFRIED, Christine (ed.) Judicial Power. How Constitutional Courts Affect Political Transformations. Cambridge University Press (2019)
BARROSO, Luís Roberto; BENVINDO, Juliano Zaiden; OSORIO, Aline. Brazil: The State of Liberal Democracy. In: ALBERT, Richard et al. (eds.). The I·CONnect-Clough Center 2017 Global Review of Constitutional Law (2018)
BARROSO, Luís Roberto; BENVINDO, Juliano Zaiden; OSORIO, Aline. Developments in Brazilian constitutional law: The year 2016 in review. ICON-International Journal of Constitutional Law, v. 15, p. 495-505 (2017)