Christine Santini is a mediator, arbitrator and legal consultant, with a vast experience in civil and public law as a judge, both in 1st and 2nd instances, at São Paulo Court of Justice (1987/2021). She is a JD from University of São Paulo and holds an Executive MBA in Law (Management and Business Law) from Fundação Getúlio Vargas. As a former judge, she occupied the position of Coordinator of International Affairs in São Paulo Judicial Academy (2014/2021) and she took part in the committee created by the CNJ (National Council of Justice) in charge of coordinating and supervising the application of the Data Protection Act in Brazilian courts. She is also a member of the consulting boards of the Initiative Compliance for Health (project developed by FGV EAESP – Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo – Fundação Getúlio Vargas, FGVethics and FGV Saúde); Instituto Phaneros, specializing in psychedelic research for mass mental health; and IASS – International Academy for Space Studies. Christine has an extensive experience in the multidisciplinary area of Law and Medicine, specially concerning civil liability and torts, compliance, clinical research, public and private systems of health and health insurance. She participated in numerous events, courses and workshops in Brazil and abroad (mainly USA, UK, France and Japan), aimed to discuss access to justice and alternative dispute resolution methods.