Bruno da Cunha de Oliveira was a winter intern at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.

Prior to joining the O’Neill Institute, he was a research assistant at Getulio Vargas Foundation São Paulo Law School, where he researched Brazilian Supreme Court case law related to COVID-19, and an undergraduate researcher at the Brazilian Public Law Society’s undergraduate program, where he wrote a thesis on the Brazilian Supreme Court injunction that confirmed the creation of a parliamentary committee of inquiry to investigate the Brazilian federal government’s response to COVID-19. He also co-founded the Right to Education Observatory at the University of São Paulo Law School, which is currently focused on analyzing how the Brazilian National Congress acted to safeguard the constitutional right to education during the pandemic.

Oliveira is pursuing a Bachelor of Laws degree at the University of São Paulo and a Licence en Droit at Jean Monnet University through the universities’ dual degree program.


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