It began on the 8th and ends tomorrow, April 12, at the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon. Luso-Brazilian Anti-Corruption Day – Historical and Practical Aspects, in which are participating great names of the Law of both countries, namely:
Rodrigo Janot – Member of the Federal Public Ministry since 1984, where he served as Attorney General of the Republic from 2013 to 2017. Master's degree in law from the Federal University of Minas Gerais;
Igor Pinheiro – Promoter of Justice in the State of Ceará since 2010, author of legal works and articles. Coordinator of specializations in Compliance and Anti-Corruption Law and Political and Electoral Law of the ESRB since 2016;
Eduardo Vera Cruz – Degree in Law at the Portuguese Catholic University. Master and PhD from the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon. Member of the Superior Council of the Judiciary. Author of legal works;
Susana Videira – Bachelor, Master and PhD in Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon and professor at the same Institution;
Pedro Barbas Homem – Rector of the European University. Full Professor at the University of Lisbon. Graduate, Master, Doctor and Aggregate in Law. Lawyer, Jurisconsult and Arbitrator. Member of editorial boards of scientific journals;
Joana Marques Vidal – Judge. Attorney General in Portugal between 2012 and 2018. She works in the Office of the Public Prosecutor at the Constitutional Court;
Sílvia Alves – Graduated, Master and PhD from the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, where she teaches. Member of the Institute of History of Law and Legal Thought and of the Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Sciences;
Almeida Rodrigues – Former National Director of the Judicial Police, where he served 10 years in the position. Degree in Law from the University of Coimbra, responsible for the regional section for Combating Corruption, Fraud and Economic and Financial Offenses of the Board of Directors of Coimbra; and
Euclides Damaso – Former District Attorney General of Coimbra. Graduated in Law from the University of Coimbra and one of the most reputed magistrate of the Portuguese Public Prosecution Service. He has been a leader of the MP in the fight against corruption in the last 30 years.
In addition to the theoretical study, this Luso-Brazilian Journey, open to many interested parties, provided theoretical lectures at the University of Lisbon for a week and included technical visits to important institutions that work with good practices in the area.
The participants also visited the main Portuguese public agencies involved in the fight against corruption, during which they have the possibility to understand the performance of each institution and to know in practice the work of the professionals who work in this area.
The Luso-Brazilian Anti-Corruption Day ends Friday, with the presentation of certificates of participation, a document that will be issued by the Faculty CERS and University of Lisbon, certifying participation with this international legal experience, in the exchange of knowledge with professors and renowned specialists and also for the knowledge with important organs in the area of the fight against corruption.