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Lucas Fucci Amato

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Escola de Direito do Brasil (EDB)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Lucas Fucci Amato is an assistant professor and postdoctoral researcher at the University of São Paulo Law School, and has also a Doctoral and a Bachelor's degrees from USP, Brazil. He is an Academic Visitor at Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies and was a doctoral Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School. His areas of interest are the sociology, philosophy and theory of law, human rights and constitutions, property, corporate ownership and development. Among other publications, including papers in journals and proceedings in Brazil, Europe and USA, he authored books on 'Constitutional Innovations: rights and powers' (foreword by Roberto Mangabeira Unger), 'Law, culture and rights', 'Corporate constitutionalization: human rights, economy and business', 'Legal constructivism: theory in law' and 'Fake News and elections: a socio-legal study on digital communication, politics and regulation in Brazil' (all published in Portuguese). He also edited the volumes 'Critical Systems Theory?' (in Portuguese), 'World Society's law: systemic socio-legal studies' (in English) and 'Luhmann and Socio-Legal Research: An Empirical Agenda for Social Systems Theory' (in English, published by Routledge). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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