Marina de Barros Monteiro
- Ph.D. in Comparative Civil Law – Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP), 2016
- Master´s in Civil Law – Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP), 2011
- Extension Course: “The New Procedural Laws” – Faculdade Autônoma de Direito (FADISP), 2007
- Extension Course: “The Latest Reforms of Civil Procedure” – Faculdade Autônoma de Direito (FADISP), 2006
- Extension Course in Resources – Faculdade Autônoma de Direito (FADISP), 2005
- Bachelor of Laws – Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas (FMU/SP), 2003
- Partner of the Civil area, Miguel Neto Advogados – 2017 – present
- Founding Partner, Barros Monteiro Advocacia e Consultoria Jurídica – 2003-2017
- Brazilian Bar Association (OAB) – São Paulo, 2003
- Founding Member of the Paulista Institute of Legal Sciences Minister Raphael de Barros Monteiro (Instituto Paulista de Ciências Jurídicas Ministro Raphael de Barros Monteiro (IPCJ)
- Domestic and Cross-Border Commercial Litigation
- Domestic and International Arbitration and Mediation
- Family Law and Estate Planning
- Registration Law
Marina de Barros Monteiro worked in strategic litigation, advising on legal issues of high complexity throughout her professional life. The so-called artisanal or boutique law firm, in which each of the cases and clients is assigned the most committed legal advice, has always guided her work and the development of her professional activities.
Among Marina areas of practice, it is worth mentioning the involvement with litigation in the fields of contractual law, public records, divorce and inventory, as well as demands involving business law.
Marina founded and led, along with her father, Ralfho Waldo de Barros Monteiro, for more than fifteen years, the Barros Monteiro Advocacia and Legal Consulting Firm, from which she left to integrate, as a partner, the MNA’s team of lawyers.
Marina de Barros Monteiro holds a master’s degree in civil law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo and a doctorate in civil law from the same university. In her academic work, both with the mentoring of Maria Helena Diniz, contractual law and the limits of private autonomy were the main focus.
- Professor, Graduate Studies Program in Laws, Damásio, 2016
- Assistant Professor of Graduate Studies in Laws of Civil Procedure, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC/SP), 2003-2011.
- Coordinator of Specialization Courses, Faculdade Autônoma de Direito (FADISP), 2000-2003.
- Author of the Book “O direito real de habitação dos companheiros proprietários de outro imóvel” (The real right to housing of owner companions of another property), published by Baraúna (2016)
- Co-author of the Book “A causa dos contratos e a exceptio non adimpleti contractus” (The cause of contracts and the exceptio non adimpleti contractus), published by Baraúna (2016)
- Author of the Book “O raciovitalismo de Recasens Siches – Teoria e prática” (The Rationalism of Recasens Siches – Theory and practice), published by Baraúna (2016)
- Co-author of the Book “Fraude de execução e os princípios gerais de direito – análise sob a vigência do novo Código de Processo Civil” (Fraud in the execution and general principles of law – analysis under the new Code of Civil Procedure), published by Baraúna (2016)
- Author of the Book “A Autonomia Privada nos Contratos em Massa e sua Conformação pelo Princípio da Boa-fé Objetiva” (The Private Autonomy in Mass Contracts and its Conformation by the Principle of Objective Good Faith), published by Revista Brasileira de Direito Civil Constitucional e Relações de Consumo (2011).
- Co-author of the Book “Aspectos Polêmicos do Cartão de Crédito” (Controversial Aspects of Credit Cards), published by Revista Brasileira de Direito Civil Constitucional e Relações de Consumo (2010)
- Co-author of the Book “O direito à propriedade, sua função social e as liminares possessórias” (The right to property, its social function and the possessory injunctions), published by Revista Autônoma de Direito Privado (2009)
Paulo Magalhães Nasser, the head partner for the litigation and arbitration department at MNA, was a member of the XVI International Arbitration Congress, which was sponsored by the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr). The event took place in Gramado, State of Rio Grande do Sul, on September 24-26, with the central theme being “Due Process in Arbitration.” Paulo Nasser was part of an international panel entitled “Due Process of Law and Judicial Control of Arbitration Awards (Recognition and Annulment).”