Throughout her professional life and to date, Marina de Barros Monteiro has worked in strategic litigation, advising on legal issues of high complexity. The so-called “craft” or “boutique” law, which provides each case and each client with the most committed legal advice, has always guided her work and the development of her professional activities.
Among her areas of practice, she stands out in litigation in contractual law, public records, divorce, probate proceedings, and demands involving business law.
For more than fifteen years, Marina led, along with her father, Ralpho Waldo de Barros Monteiro, law, and consultancy firm Barros Monteiro Advocacia e Consultoria Jurídica, of which she is a co-founder and from which she retired in 2017 to join the team of lawyers of Miguel Neto Advogados, as a partner.
Marina de Barros Monteiro holds a Master’s Degree in Civil Law from Pontifícia Universidade São Paulo (PUC-SP) and a Ph.D. in Comparative Civil Law from the same University. In her academic work, guided by Maria Helena Diniz, contractual law and the limits of private autonomy are her main focus.
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