Master of Laws in International Taxation (L.L.M. Advanced) from the University of Amsterdam (Amsterdam, 2020); Specialist in Brazilian Tax Law (IBDT); Bachelor of Laws from the University of São Paulo (USP, 2018) and Bachelor of Laws from Université Jean Moulin (Lyon, 2018). Researcher at the IBDT Jovem research center for tax modulation effects (São Paulo, 2022) and the Tax Studies Center (NEF) at the Getulio Vargas Foundation School of Law (FGV Direito/SP). Registered lawyer with the São Paulo Bar Association (OAB/SP). Author of the article “Under Which Conditions Would the ATAD’s GAAR Benefit from Automatic Decision-Making in Terms of Legal Certainty and Efficiency?” published in the International Tax Studies of IBFD in Amsterdam in 2022.

Specialized in tax law, with a focus on transactional (M&A and tax audits) and advisory areas. Has professional experience in law firms (Bronstein Zilberberg, Cescon Barrieu Advogados; FYMSA Advogados; Dias de Souza Advogados) and public institutions (PGFN; TJ/SP).

Committed to contributing to social actions and staying updated through short-term tax courses. Enthusiastic about the interaction between taxation and new technologies, and legal metrics. Fluent in Portuguese, English, and French.