Daniel is a lawyer with academic and practical expertise in several segments of public law and special performance in administrative and regulatory law. He has diverse professional experience, having worked as justice’s clerk with more than 15 years at the Federal Supreme Court (STF). Also, he has interacted with the National Justice Council (CNJ), the Federal Prosecution Office (MPF) and the Federal Executive Branch (Presidency of the Republic and Ministry of Justice). His profile emphasizes the solving-problem aproach before administrative and judicial litigation instances, specially when it comes to the Brazilian higher courts. In the academic area, he has been a professor for over 13 years, with teaching and researching experience in undergraduate and graduate programs in constitutional law, administrative law, electoral law, penal law and public policies on security and on federative cooperation. In legal research, Daniel works with diagnosis of institutional databases, as well as the strategic planning and evaluation of public policies, at the federative and intersectoral levels. He is currently a voluntary consultant at the brazilian Institut of Economic Applied Reseaches (Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada — IPEA) and delas with problems and challenges related to: governance (public and corporative), infrastructure, regulation and brazilian metropolitan regions.
Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF, Doctoral Candidate – DSc in Political Science, 2016-2029)
Universidade de Brasília (UnB, LL.M., 2007)
Universidade de Brasília (UnB, LL.B., 2005)