I hold a PhD in Law from King’s College London (United Kingdom, 2020), a Master of Laws/LLM from the University of California at Berkeley (United States, 2013), and a LLB from the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo (Brazil, 2006). My PhD was funded by a scholarship from the Brazilian Federal Agency for Support and Evaluation of Graduate Education (Capes, 2015–2019). Currently, I am a post-doctoral fellow at the Department of Public Law of the University of São Paulo Law School.
My postdoc research focuses on political finance corruption and its constitutional implications. I analyse, in particular, how the Brazilian Judiciary has decided cases of Operation Car Wash.
My PhD research examined the relationship between two areas of law related to capitalist democracy’s intra-competition: the constitutional-electoral law (which shapes political competition) and antitrust/competition law (which shapes economic competition). The thesis analysed, in particular, the implications of the Brazilian law of democracy on antitrust law.
Political influence on Brazilian antitrust enforcement Journal Article
In: Journal of Antitrust Enforcement, 9 (1), pp. 78-108, 2021, ISSN: 2050-0688.
In: King's Law Journal, 28 (2), pp. 167-172, 2017, ISSN: 0961-5768.
In: Queen Mary Law Journal, 7 , pp. 16, 2016.