Born in Mozambique.
Bruno Nunes has been developing his practice mainly in the areas of Commercial and Corporate, Intellectual Property and Gaming.
Speaks Portuguese, English and French.
Bruno Nunes is a registered Lawyer in the Macau Lawyers Association and in the Portuguese Bar Association.
Bruno Nunes is also registered in the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys (FICPI), International Trademark Association (INTA), MARQUES, European Communities Trade Mark Association (ECTA), Asian Pacific Patent Attorneys Association (APAA) and the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI)
Academic development and specialization
2000 – Attended the Specialisation Course in Taxation Law by OVERGEST/ISCTE (Technical School of Management)
1999 – Post-Graduate Degree in Administrative Law by the University of Lisbon Law School
1997 – Degree in Law by the Universidade Católica Portuguesa Law School
Macau Chapter of “World’s Leading Financial and Trust Centres”, Heritage Group, 2014.
“Carrots and Sticks” article on Macau’s efforts to regulate its long standing tradition of gambling credit, Inside Asian Gaming, September 2010
“Mentor the Dragon” article on Macau’s Junket Regulations, Inside Asian Gaming, July 2010
Macau Chapter of “World’s Leading Financial and Trust Centres”, Sweet & Maxwell, 2010
Macau Chapter of “Product Liability in the Asia Pacific”, Third Edition, 2009, Federation Press
2006 – present day
Registered Lawyer in the Macau Lawyers Association and founder of BN Lawyers and BN Intellectual Property
2004 – 2006
Company Secretary of the Macau 2nd Asian Indoor Games Organizing Committee, Limited
Company Secretary of the Macau 4th East Asian Games Organizing Committee, Limited
2000 – present day
Registered Lawyer in the Portuguese Bar Association