Carolina comes from one of the most prestigious families in the legal field in Brazil. She was called to the Brazilian Bar Association in 2000, after graduating in Law from one of the most traditional universities in the country – UCAM. She took her master’s in Law from the same institution.
Carolina is an assistant professor at UCAM (licensed). After spending almost four years in Canada, two of which as an operations manager at the ADR Institute of BC, she relocated back to Rio de Janeiro. She is a lecturer at Rio de Janeiro School of Judges and was coordinator of the post-graduate course in Tax Law at one of the world’s largest universities – UNESA. Researcher at the Human Rights and Social Transformation Research Group (GPDHTS) linked to the Graduate Program at the Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO).
She is a lawyer in Brazil and an arbitrator in Canada in both cases, emphasizing Public Law. Member of the International Editorial Board of Revista Brasileira de Revista Brasileira de ADR and instructor at the Graduate Program in ADR at University Center of Valença.