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Ezequiel Malarino
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Francisco Verbic
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Gustavo Badaró
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Gustavo Badaró

Gustavo Badaró has a Bachelor in Law from the University of São Paulo in 1993. He finished his Master in Procedural Law in 1998, also in the Faculty of Law of the University of São Paulo. In 2003, at the same University, he obtained his Master's Degree. Since 2011 he is a Senior Lecturer of Criminal Procedural Law at University of São Paulo. 


He participates in postgraduate courses in different Brazilian magistrates' schools and universities.


He has published the following monographs: "Correlación entre la acusación y la sentencia" (3ed. 2013); "Carga de la prueba en el proceso penal" (2003); "Lavado de dinero" (2ed. 2013) co-authoring together with Pierpaolo Cruz Botinni. And also the book "Proceso penal" (2ed. 2014).


He has also written articles published in both national and international magazines.


He is a member of the Brazilian Procedural Law Institute, the Ibero-American Procedural Law Institute and the Brazilian Criminal Sciences Institute (IBCCRIM).


He was a Legal Advisor for the Justice Ministry. He is a criminal lawyer and arbitrator in São Paulo.


For Gustavo Badaró's full curriculum vitae click here.

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