Pedro Guilherme-Moreira

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Pedro Guilherme-Moreira
Born Pedro Guilherme-Moreira
OPorto, Douro Litoral, Portugal
Occupation lawyer, novelist
Nationality Portugal Portuguese
Ethnicity White
Alma mater University of Coimbra

Pedro Guilherme-Moreira (Porto, 1969) is a Portuguese lawyer and novelist.

He was the one of the first lawyers to win the João Lopes Cardoso Award and as a writer, he debuted in 2011 with the novel A Manhã do Mundo, (literally The Morning of the World).[1][2][3]

Pedro Guilherme-Moreira was born in Porto in the summer of 1969 and graduated from the University of Coimbra.[3]

In 1999, after turning 30, his article As novas tecnologias ao serviço do advogado (The new technologies serving the lawyer) was published in the "Revista da Ordem dos Advogados", the Portuguese Bar Association's Magazine. For this work, Guilherme-Moreira would be one of the first to receive the João Lopes Cardoso Award, established in honor of the lawyer from Porto, by the Porto District Council of the Portuguese Bar Association. This award honors the work presented by the interns at the end of the internship, being in this case published in book in 2002, released by Almedina.[2][4]

In May 2011, Guilherme-Moreira published his first book: the novel A Manhã do Mundo, (literally The Morning of the World), with seal of Publicações Dom Quixote, a book based around the September 11 attacks.[3][5][6]

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  1. ^ Note: Do not mistake for Lopes Cardoso.
  2. ^ a b Page of the book "Prémio Dr. João Lopes Cardoso - trabalhos premiados - I" in the publisher's site Almedina.[1] Access 03/09/2011 (Portuguese)
  3. ^ a b c Biography in [2] Access 03/09/2011 (Portuguese)
  4. ^ Revista da Ordem dos Advogados, Ano 59 - Vol III - Dez 1999 [3] Access 03/09/2011 (Portuguese)
  5. ^ Book form on [4] Access 03/09/2011 (Portuguese)
  6. ^ Book form on [5] Access 03/09/2011 (Portuguese)