Lawyer of the institutional violence program of Conectas Human Rights since 2015, where he acts in the prevention and fight against torture, right to social protest, control of police activity and reform of drug policy. He acts in paradigmatic cases such as the decriminalization of personal drug consumption, the guarantee of alternative sentences for people responding to trafficking and the imposition of a limit of overcrowding in adolescent detention centers.
Represents Conectas in the National Council for the Prevention and Eradication of Torture. Graduated from the Federal University of Espirito Santo since 2010, with experience in criminal defense. He received his Master’s Degree in Human Rights Policy and Practice from the Universities of Gothenburg, Roehampton and the University of Arctic in Norway.