Luiz is a Ph.D. candidate in Public Law at UFPR, holds a Master of Laws degree from PUC/SP, and graduated at UFSC. He has experience in public law, focusing on issues related to infrastructure law, regulatory law, public procurement, and public-private partnerships, in addition to acting before regulatory agencies, audit courts and arbitration proceedings.
Also, he is a member of the Sanctioning Administrative Law Institute (IDASAN), the Public Procurement Research Study Group at PUC/SP, the Public Law Study Group at UFSC (GEDIP) and the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr).
• Ph.D. candidate at Federal University of Paraná – UFPR (2020).
• Master of Laws degree from Pontifical University of São Paulo – PUC/SP (2019).
• Bachelor of Laws degree from Federal University of Santa Catarina – UFSC (2014).
• Book: Business Opportunities in the Brazilian Law of State-Owned Companies: partnerships and other associative forms between state-owned companies and private companies (Rio de Janeiro: Lumen Juris, 2019).
• Autocratic Legalism in Public Administration and its Control by the Judiciary (Digital Journal of Administrative Law – RDDA, v. 8, 2021).
• Extinction of public contracts (Book: “New law on bidding and administrative contracts”. 2nd ed. Curitiba: Zênite, 2021).
• Statement No. 36 of the 1st Conference on Administrative Law of the Federal Justice Council (2020).
• Notes on the hydropower generation legal regimes (Journal of Public Economic Law – RDPE, v. 18, 2020).
• The State as a minority shareholder in private companies (Revista Sequência – PPGD/UFSC), v. 43, p. 243-268, 2020), in co-authorship.
• Modification of public contracts (Book: “New law on bidding and administrative contracts”. Curitiba: Zênite, 2020).
• Compliance, risk management and infrastructure: the positive impact of integrity programs on long-term infrastructure contracts (Book: “Compliance in Administrative Law”, volume 1, São Paulo: Revista dos Tribunais, 2020), in co-authorship.
• Regulation and Corruption: the influence of efficient regulatory architectures (Journal of Public Law, v. 15, p. 1, 2019), in co-authorship.
• Consequences of the invalidation of administrative acts and contracts under the perspective of Law No. 13.655/2018 (Book: “The Introduction Law and Brazilian Administrative Law”. Rio de Janeiro: Lumen Juris, 2019), in co-authorship.
• Anti-corruption clauses in public contracts (Zênite Magazine of Bidding and Contracts – ILD, v. 297, p. 1, 2018), in co-authorship.
• Economic-financial balance of administrative contracts and the principles of objective good faith, contractual justice and social function of the contract (Book: “The administrative contract and the principles of objective good faith, contractual justice and the social function of the contract.” Rio de Janeiro: Lumen Juris, 2017).