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Scholars & Patrons

Pedro Paulo Teixeira Manus

– Born in São Paulo, capital, on March 12, 1951. He holds a bachelor's degree in Legal and Social Sciences from the Faculty of Law of the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo.

– Specialized in Labor Law and Civil Law at Università Degli Studi di Roma - Italy (1974/1975).

– In addition to a master's degree in Labor Law from the University of São Paulo (1984), he has a PhD in Labor Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1995).

– As a servant of the Regional Labor Court of the 2nd Region, he was chief of staff of the Presidency (1974), appraiser justice officer (1976/1980) and judge advisor (1975/1980). He was a member of the National Commission on Labor Law and Relations of the Ministry of Labor and Employment (1995/1998 and 2003).

– In 1980, he was appointed as a substitute labor judge of the TRT of the 2nd Region and, later, promoted to presiding judge of the 14th Board of Conciliation and Judgment of São Paulo (1983), substitute judge summoned (1987) and titular judge of the TRT of the 2nd Region (1992).

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Chair No. 25

Patronus: Annibal Fernandes

– In TRT 2  he was auxiliary inspector (1994/1996), president of the Fifth Panel (1999/2003), judicial vice president (2004/2006) and administrative vice president (2006/2007).

– Full professor and professor of Labor Law and of the specialization and postgraduate course at PUC-SP, headed the Department of Civil, Civil Procedure and Labor Law at the Faculty of Law (2001/2005).

– He was a guest professor at the postgraduate programs at the University of the Amazon – UNAMA, in Belém (PA), at the Metropolitan University of Santos – UNIMES and at the specialization course in Business Law at Fundação Getúlio Vargas in São Paulo and visiting professor at the Universidad Tecnologica del Peru, in Lima.

– He is the author of several books specialized in Labor Law. In October 2007, he took office as minister of the Superior Labor Court, where he integrates the Seventh Class and the Subsection II Specialized in Individual Bargaining.


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