Luis Fabiano de Assis

Chief Research and Data Officer, the Brazilian Federal Labor Prosecution Office

Dr Luis Fabiano de Assis is a federal prosecutor, data scientist and Chief Research and Data Officer at the Federal Labor Prosecution Office in Brazil (Ministério Público do Trabalho) and head of the SmartLab Initiative. He is also a professor of law and policy at the National School of Public Prosecutors (Escola Superior do Ministério Público da União). He holds an LLB (Bachelor of Law, 2002), an LLM (Master of Law, 2008) and a PhD in Law (2011) from the University of São Paulo, Brazil and is a Research Fellow at the Handa Center for Human Rights & International Justice, Stanford University.

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