Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctor’s degrees in Law and J.D in Civil Procedural Law from São Paulo University Law School (USP).

Professor of Civil Procedural Law and New Technologies Law in undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Former chairman of the IT Law Commission of the São Paulo Bar Association and member of the ICT Commission of the Federal Bar Association.

Author of several legal works, including the books “Law and Informatics: a Legal Approach on Cryptography” (2002), “Law in Bits” (2004), co-authored with Marcos da Costa, “Process and Technology: Processes Guarantees, Effectiveness and e-justice” (2013), which was originally presented for his J.D. thesis, “CPC 2015 Innovations: From Filing Suit to Sentencing ” (2016),“Fundamental Aspects of the Civil Rights Framework for the Internet” (2016) and the articles“ The Electronic Document as Evidence ”(1999),“ Electronic Subpoenas: Risks and Alternatives ”(2002),“ Intellectual Property and Distance Education”(2011), “Digital Certification” (2014), “Legal Aspects of e-voting in Brazil” (2015), “Digital Evidence: Constitutional Limits and the Civil Rights Framework for the Internet” (2015), “Execution Fraud in Jurisprudence and the New Civil Procedure Code: Perspectives on the Use of New Technologies ”(2017), “New Perspectives for a Process Without Undue Delay ”(2018), “Considerations for the Protection of Privacy and Personal Data in a Digital Society ”(2019).

Co-author of the Commented Civil Procedure Code published by the São Paulo Bar Association (2015).

Member of the Brazilian Bar Association, São Paulo Chapter, and the São Paulo Lawyers Association (AASP).

Practice areas: Civil Law, Civil Procedural Law and IT Law.