Amália has been working in the Environmental Law sector since 2006, performing activities of consulting, judicial and administrative litigation and due diligence, relating to a vast diversity of topics, such as environmental liability/risk assessment, licensing, protected areas, contaminated land, waste management, energy generation, emissions control and trading, exploitation of minerals, water use and cultural heritage.
Law Degree, with honor, from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo – PUC, 2010.
Geography Degree from Universidade de São Paulo – USP, 2014 (thesis: The Brazilian Forest Code of 2012).
Master of Environmental Law (L.LM), with distinction, from Queen Mary University of London, 2017 (thesis: Climate Change Litigation Trends in Brazil).
Researcher at University of São Paulo Environmental Law Research Group.