Fernando A. M. Canhadas

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Biography

Professor of Tax and Administrative Law of Graduation and Post-Graduation Programs at the Catholic University Law School of São Paulo. Professor of State General Theory and Constitutional Remedies of the Padre Anchieta University Center.

Areas of Practice (3)

  • Tax Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Constitutional Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+55-11 3093-3900  Phone
+55-11 3815-4226  Fax
www.limalaw.com.br
Law School Attended:
Catholic University Law School of São Paulo, Specialization on Tax Law; Catholic University Law School of São Paulo, Master on State Law; Catholic University Law School of São Paulo, Ph.D., State Law
Year of First admission:
2000
Admission:
2000, Brazil
Memberships:
Brazilian Bar Association.
Languages:
Portuguese, English and French
ISLN:
912991298

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