2008-2011 – Ph.D. in International and Comparative Law. Law School of the University of São Paulo. Thesis: Analysis of the Effects of the Statute of Limitations in Domestic and International Arbitration from a Brazilian Law perspective;
2003-2004 – LL.M (DESS) in Litigation, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods University of Paris II (Panthéon-Assas), France Paper: “La pratique des anti-suit injunctions à l’encontre de l’arbitrage et son émergence en droit brésilien” (The practice of anti-suit injunctions against arbitration and its emergency in Brazilian law), with the guidance of Professor Charles Jarrosson;
2002-2003 – Post graduation (DSU) in Civil Law University of Paris II (Panthéon-Assas), France.;
1995-2000 -Bachelor of Laws (LLB) Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Full Professor at Brazilian Institute of Capital Markets (Ibmec-SP); Independent Arbitrator. Practice Areas: Civil and Commercial transactions; Oil and Gas, Energy, Banking, agribusiness. Domestic and International Arbitration. Professional activities include acting as arbitrator in domestic and international arbitration procedures in Brazil, Administrative Secretary of Arbitration Tribunals as counsel in arbitration procedures;
author of numerous articles and books, inter alia: Arbitragem e Prescrição (Arbitration and the statute of limitations). São Paulo: Atlas, 2014; The CAM-CCBC Arbitration Rules 2012: A Commentary. Coordinated by Frederico José Straube, Claudio Finkelstein and Napoleão Casado Filho. Hague: Eleven International Publishing, 2016.