Nélia Daniel Dias is a law lecturer in Angola and a licensed lawyer in both Angola and Portugal. Ms. Nelia also worked for Chevron in Luanda as a senior counsel and contracts advisor in oil and gas. Currently works for Baker Hughes, a General Electric Company as Senior Counsel with responsibilities in countries like Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, Ethiopia, South Africa and Equatorial Guinea. She teaches at the Angola Catholic University and was a teacher at the Lusíada de Angola University since 2007 and 2008 respectively. She earned a law degree in civil law from the Lusíada University of Lisbon in 1995. She also holds a master’s degree in civil law (contracts) dated 2000 and a few other qualifications in different fields including supply chain. Currently studying Global Business at Oxford University at Said Business School expecting to graduate this year. Ms. Daniel Dias is an author of 20 books, publishing since 2004. Mrs. Nelia has written 4 books related to Civil and Procedure Law and 16 Angolan Laws Compilations . Mrs. Daniel Dias has given lectures, written articles in Brazilian, Portuguese, English and North American reviews and acted as a facilitator events in Angola and Portugal. She was a trainer at the Portuguese Bar Association (2005-2006) and Angola Bar Association (2007-2015). She is the daughter of Nuno Xavier Daniel Dias, President of the first National Assembly of Sao Tome e Principe that in that quality signed the independence act on 12 July 1975.