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law educator , state lawyer

Flavia Cristina Piovesan, Brazilian law educator, state lawyer. Doctoral scholar CMPA, Sao Paulo, 1995. Member Latin American Committee Women's Rights, Sao Paulo, since 1996; coordinator Women's Rights Commission, 1996.

Background

Piovesan, Flavia Cristina was born on November 13, 1968 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Daughter of Jóao Batista and Elisabeth (Valejo) Piovesan.

Education

Graduate, Catholic University, Sao Paulo, 1990. Master in Law, Catholic University, Sao Paulo, 1994. Doctor of Philosophy, Catholic University, Sao Paulo, 1996.

Career

Professor human rights & constitutional law Catholic University, 1991-1996. State attorney General State Attorney Office, Sao Paulo, 1991-1996, coordinator human rights commission, since 1996. Counselor State Council Women's Rights, Sao Paulo, since 1996.

Visiting fellow Human Rights Program Harvard Law School.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Judicial Control of Legislative Omission, 1994, Human Rights and International Constitutional Law, 1996. Co-author: Woman in Judicial Family Cases, 1993,, Law, Justice and Citizenship, 1995.

Membership

Member Latin American Committee Women's Rights, Sao Paulo, since 1996. Coordinator Women's Rights Commission, 1996.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Classical music, reading, writing, cinema, theater.

Connections

Married Marcos Roberto Fuchs, October 15, 1992.

father:
Jóao Batista Piovesan

mother:
Elisabeth (Valejo) Piovesan

spouse:
Marcos Roberto Fuchs