Magali Favaretto Prietto Fernandes

LL.M. in International Business Law from American University, Washington College of Law, Washington, DC (2001), and LL.B. in Law and Social Sciences from University of São Paulo, SP, Brazil, with specialization in Business Law (1990).

Master in Law & Development candidate from FGV São Paulo School of Law (2019) in the research line entitled Business Law & Economic and Social Development –Rule of Law, Global Law & Development. Awarded full scholarship by the “Mario Henrique Simonsen” Research Program Postgraduate Stricto Sensu.

Previously practiced as attorney-at-law in both public and private areas. Specialized in cross-border business activities and regulatory matters in the ICT sector, having worked as a counsel for major São Paulo law firms and as in-house counsel for a large telecommunications company.

Currently engaged as a researcher in the Project Law and Economic Relationships between Brazil and China: contrasting empirical evidences, developed at FGV São Paulo School of Law, under the coordination of Professor Michelle Ratton Sanchez Badin.

Legal Researcher at the Center for Global Trade and Investment Studies (CCGI), a branch of School of Economics FGV-EESP and part of the WTO Chair Program. Areas of research interests include International Trade Law; International Law & Global Governance, Regulatory Theory & Institutional Design and International standard-setting as compared to traditional International lawmaking process.



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