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RDV: Deciding in times of crisis: strategic decision-making and the Brazilian Supreme Court (Karina Denari)

February 23 @ 14:15 - 15:30

Karina Denari is currently a researcher at FGV São Paulo Law School and a guest researcher at the Centre on Law and Social Transformation with a grant from the Coordenação de Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior – Brazil (CAPES-PrInt). Her research in LawTransform is part of the FGV Project “Law in the Digital Era” and is entitled “Disasters as Critical Junctures for Judicial Innovation”. She holds a master’s degree in Law from the University of São Paulo, and a PhD in Law from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, where she was awarded a scholarship for a visiting research period at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame.

She is a fully qualified Brazilian lawyer and a legal associate at Pogust Goodhead, a global law firm focused on human rights litigation and providing access to justice for the victims of wrongdoing by big corporations, as well as a lecturer and speaker in human rights, comparative constitutional law and disaster law fields. She is a member professor at the Justice and Constitution Center and at the Study and Extension Group “Access to Justice and Disasters” (FGV São Paulo Law School). She is a former Lecturer at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Law School and received a scholarship for the development of studies on gender equality in the judiciary – Oxford/AJUFE Women.

How to participate:

To receive an invitation to the RDV-webinar, contact discretion@uib.no.

If the Zoom application is new to you, we recommend that you press the link well before the events to download the program. You may leave and rejoin the meeting at any time.

The webinar is part of the RDV-webinar series – a collaboration between DIPA (UiB) and LawTransform (UiB).


February 23
14:15 - 15:30
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Styrerommet, Christies gate 17, University of Bergen


Centre for Research on Discretion and Paternalism
Centre on Law and Social Transformation
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