Raul do Valle

Graduated in Law (1998) and Master in Economic Law (2002), both from the University of São Paulo (USP). He was a legal advisor (2000 – 2007) at the Instituto Socioambiental (www.socioambiental.org), during which time he worked with indigenous and quilombola organizations, supporting them on a variety of topics (associative regularization, training in legal matters of interest, project monitoring of law at various federal levels, monitoring administrative processes for environmental licensing of works that could have an impact on their lands, others). From 2007 to 2014 he was Policy and Law Coordinator of the same organization, working with the National Congress, Federal Executive and Judiciary in the defense of socio-environmental rights, having worked on topics such as forestry, indigenous and mining rights, conservation units, economic incentives for conservation, environmental licensing, land regularization of public lands, among others. Between 2002 and 2004 he taught Environmental Law in the Environmental Management course at Faculdade SENAC in São Paulo / SP. Between 2014 and 2015 he was a fellow of the H. Humphrey Fellowship Program, with an academic residency at the American University (Washington DC), researching the relationship between agricultural and environmental policy in the United States and other countries. In August 2015, he took over as legislative legal head of the State Secretariat for the Environment of the Federal District.
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