Visiting Lecturer in Jurisprudence, King's College London
Felipe Tirado is a Visiting Lecturer in Jurisprudence and a PhD Candidate at King's College London.
Felipe holds an LLM from King's and an MPhil in Law from Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG). He is an associate researcher at the Study Centre on Transitional Justice (UFMG).
He has been a researcher at King's Brazil Institute and at the Latin American Transitional Justice Network and has previously worked as senior editor at the King's Student Law Review, an adviser for the Minas Gerais Truth Commission, and as a lawyer in Brazil and the UK. He was also a member of the Human Rights Commission of Minas Gerais’ Section of the Brazilian Bar Association.
His main interests are human rights, transnational law, corruption, legal cultures, judicial independence, and politics, especially in Brazil and Latin America.
Jan 24, 2023 07:51 am UTC| Politics
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