José Ángel Brandariz García
Dr. José Ángel Brandariz García, Associate Professor of Criminal Law, University of A Coruña, Spain. Prof. Brandariz’s main research concerns focus on the control policies of irregular migrants, both at the Spanish and European levels.
João Paulo Orsini Martinelli
imagemLawyer. Ph.D. in Criminal Law (University of Sao Paulo). Master in Law (University of Sao Paulo). Adjunct Professor at Fluminense Federal University (Brazil).
Doris Marie Provine
Dr. Provine focuses on the nation-state’s efforts to control uninvited immigration, focusing particularly on issues of scale.
Professor of European Criminal Law. Director, Criminal Justice Centre.
Marcus Alan Gomes
Graduate in Law from Universidade Federal do Pará (Brasil). Ph.D. at Criminal Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (Brasil), and Master’s in Criminal Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo. Criminal Judge in Belém (Brasil). Professor of Criminal Law at Universidade Federal do Pará.
André Luiz Siciliano
I am a lawyer with extensive experience in Brazilian civil law. Since 2006, when I worked as a volunteer with immigration law (USA and Canada), I have been involved with International Relations, especially within Brazilian Immigration Policy which is the focus of my MA in International Relations at the University of São Paulo.
Fatemah Alzubairi holds a Master of Laws in anti-terrorism law from the University of Toronto. She is a Ph.D. candidate at Osgoode Hall Law School, and her thesis is on the utility of the definition of terrorism. Between 2005 -2008, she worked as a lawyer in the Human Rights Committee at the National Assembly of Kuwait, where Alzubairi dealt with different cases on terrorism and immigration law.
Gabriel Haddad Teixeira
Current student in the Master in Law Program at University Center of Brasília (UniCEUB), area of concentration “Law of International Relations”, line of research “International Protection of the Human Person”; Criminal Lawyer (Brazil).
Luis A. Fernandez
Luis A. Fernandez an Associate Professor in the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Northern Arizona University. He is the author and editor of several books, including Policing Dissent (Rutgers U. Press) and Shutting Down the Streets: Political Violence and Social Control in the Global Era (NYU Press). His research and teaching interests include protest policing, crimmigration, surveillance, and issues in the social control of late modernity.
Larissa Leite is a Brazilian lawyer and teacher, master’s in Environmental and Social Law, specializing in Criminal Law and Criminology, with practical and academic experience in Mozambique and Tanzania, where she started to research about forced immigration and other issues in the Human Rights field. Today, she is attending the Ph.D. course (Criminal Procedure) of the Universidade de São Paulo (preparing a thesis about the Internacional Criminal Justice) and working on a refugee project in partnership with UNCHR