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CURRICULUM VITAE JOANA SETZER. Post graduation course Stricto Sensu LL.M (2007/2008) Post graduation course Stricto Sensu LL.


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Phd (since 2009)

LSE – London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Mentor: Dr. Michael Mason.

Essay: Environmental paradiplomacy: São Paulo’s transregional relations to address global environmental problems

Post graduation course Stricto Sensu – LL.M (2007/2008)

LL.M in Science, Environmental Policy and Regulation, from LSE – London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Mentor: Dra. Elena Lopez

Essay: Subnational and transnational climate change governance: a case study of the state and city of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Post graduation course Stricto Sensu – LL.M (2006/2007)

LL.M in Environmental Science from University of São Paulo – USP Mentor: Dr. Nelson Gouveia

Essay: The Precautionary Principle and the response of the law in face of scientific uncertainty

Specialization course in Environmental Management (2004)

Specialist in Environmental Management, from Universidade de Campinas - UNICAMP.

Mentor: Dr. João Roberto Rodrigues

Essay: Paper on urban solid waste management in the State of São Paulo.

LL.B (2001)

LL.B from São Paulo Catholic University – PUC/SP.




ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability, www.iclei.org. Translator at the 14th United Nations Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC) in Poznan and for the Sustainable Procurement Programme. (Mar 2009)

GCP – Global Canopy Programme, http://www.globalcanopy.org/.

Translation of reports and publications, including “The Little Climate Finance Book” (Dec 2009) and “The Little Biodiversity Finance Book”

(Oct 2010)

MILARÉ ADVOGADOS – Consultoria em Meio Ambiente (2003/2006) In charge of environmental lawsuits, civil and criminal investigation, administrative procedures, negotiation of agreements, preparation of legal opinions and drafting of laws and regulations.

PINHEIRO NETO – Advogados (1998/2002)

Interniship in civil investigation, administrative procedures, due diligences, preparing and negotiating contracts involving multinational and national companies.


Graduate teaching assistant in Research Techniques at LSE – London School of Economics and Political Science (www.lse.ac.uk), on the second year undergraduate students in Geography. (Since Jan 2009)

Graduate teaching assistant in Sustainable Development at LSE – London School of Economics and Political Science (www.lse.ac.uk), on the first year undergraduate students in Geography. (Since Sep 2010)

Lecturer in Environmental Law at FESP – São Paulo School of Sociology and Politics (www.fespsp.com.br), in ten classes in the extension course

“Environment and Society”. (Aug 2003 – Dec 2006)


Lecturer in Environmental Law at FEI – Faculty of Industrial Engineering (www.fei.edu.br), in ten classes in the extension course “Corporate Environmental Management”. (Aug 2004 - Dec 2006)

Lecturer in Economic Environmental Law at IEE/USP – Institute of Energy of the University of São Paulo (www.iee.usp.br), in four classes in the extension course “Environmental Management and Business in the Electric Sector”. (Feb 2006 - Dec 2006)

Graduate teaching assistant in Environmental Law at PUC – Pontifícia Universidade of São Paulo (www.pucsp.br), on weekly seminar classes to fifth (last) year Law undergraduate students. (Aug 2005 – Aug 2006)


LSE RESEARCH STUDENTSHIP (Since Set 2009) Scholarship for PhD research at the LSE


Full scholarship to undertake the MSc Environmental Policy and Regulation at the LSE


(1998 –1999)

Introduction to Scientific Studies Scholarship. Presented a paper on the fight against racial discrimination in domestic and international laws.

Supervised by Professor Flávia Piovesan.


“Multilevel climate governance: subnational policies and transnational action in São Paulo”. In Fernando Rei e Salem Nasser (Org.). São Paulo:

Saraiva (in Portuguese).

“Precautionary Principle, a principle of action”. Doutrinas Essenciais Direito Ambiental. Édis Milaré e Paulo Affonso Leme Machado (Coord).

Vol. 1, Cap II. São Paulo: Editora Revista dos Tribunais, 2011 (in Portuguese).

“Application of the Precautionary Principle in areas of scientific


Affonso Leme Machado (Coord). Vol. 1, Cap II. São Paulo: Editora Revista dos Tribunais, 2011 (in Portuguese).

“Precautionary Principle: from its ethical principles to its application in practice”, Towards a social environmental critical thinking. Wagner Costa Ribeiro (Org.). São Paulo, Annablume (in Portuguese);

“Precautionary Principle in International Environmental Law”, International Environmental Law, essays in homage to Professor Guido da Silva Soares. Fernando Rei and Salem Nasser (org.). São Paulo, Atlas, p. 51- 65 (in Portuguese);

“Precautionary Principle, a principle of action”. Environmental Law Journal, v. 49, p. 159-183 (in Portuguese).

“Biodiversity and Development”. Journal of Collective Rights, v. 44 (in Portuguese).

“Electromagnetic Fields and the Precautionary Principle”. Environmental Law Journal, v. 41, p. 7-25 (in Portuguese);

“Agreements within the scope of civil class actions in Brazil”.

Environmental Law Journal, v. 38, p. 9-22 (in Portuguese).

“Transregional climate governance: making sense of cooperation between states, regions and provinces”. Theorising Climate Governance Workshop.

Durham University, September 2010.

“Subnational and transnational climate change governance: evidences from the state and city of Sao Paulo, Brazil”. World Bank 5th Urban Research

Symposium on Cities and Climate Change

(http://www.urs2009.net/docs/papers/Setzer.pdf). Marseille, June, 2009.

“Inclusion of a target for reduction of biodiversity loss in the UN Millennium Development Goals”. 3rd World Congress on International Relations. Brasilia, October, 2006 (in Portuguese).

“A Questão Ambiental na OMC”. Revista Gerenciamento Ambiental, ano 3, nº 17, novembro/dezembro de 2001.

“Licenciamento dos postos revendedores de derivados de petróleo e de outros combustíveis para fins automotores”. Revista Gerenciamento Ambiental, ano 3, nº 14, março/abril de 2001.

“Responsabilidade pela destinação final de embalagens de agrotóxicos – Decreto nº 3.550 de 27.7.2000”. Boletim Pinheiro Neto Advogados, janeiro de 2001.



English: fluent.

France: advanced.

Spanish: intermediate.

Italian: basic.

São Paulo, may 2012.

Joana Setzer


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