Daniel Ramos is Legal Officer at the Trade and Environment Division of the WTO. Before joining the WTO, Mr. Ramos practiced international economic law at Luis Olavo Baptista's law firm in São Paulo, Brazil, counselling diverse clients on WTO matters, including the Brazilian government. Mr. Ramos also previously worked as legal research coordinator in Getúlio Vargas Foundation' Centre for Global Trade and Investment, a think-tank in Brazil.
At the WTO, Mr. Ramos provides support to the regular and negotiating committees on trade and environment as well as legal advice to dispute settlement panels. He has published extensively on WTO issues, most recently focusing on the relationship between trade and climate change.