Marçal Justen Filho

Marçal Justen Filho (1955) is a Brazilian attorney and Law professor. He was tenured professor at Federal University of Paraná Law School (UFPR) from 1978 to 2006.

Marçal Justen Filho obtained his Law degree from Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) Law School (1973–1977), having graduated at the top of his class. He figures in the restricted list of notable alumni of the institution.

He achieved his LLM in 1984 and his PhD in 1985, both from Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP). He was approved in a public competition for the seat of tenured professor at UFPR in 1986, a position he stepped down from in 2006 in order to fully dedicate himself to his other legal activities. He was a visiting researcher at Yale Law School (2010/2011) and a visiting fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy (1999). He is internationally renowned as one of the greatest experts in public Law in Brazil, particularly in the fields of regulation, public procurement and administrative contracts. He is a frequent speaker in international conferences and seminars, and has taught hundreds of courses and lectures to government organs and legal institutions around Brazil. He is a member of the following institutions: Academia Paranaense de Letras Jurídicas (Parana Academy of Legal Letters), Red Iberoamericana de Contratación Pública and Public Contracts in Legal Globalization Network. He is the coordinator of the Revista de Direito Administrativo Contemporâneo - ReDAC (Contemporary Administrative Law Review, RT/Thomson Reuters).

He has avidly maintained his legal practice, having also been a State attorney from 1981 to 1984. He is founder and partner of Justen, Pereira, Oliveira & Talamini. His full curriculum is available in the Lattes Platform. Provided by Wikipedia
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