José Rodrigo Rodriguez teaches courses in Jurisprudence and Theory of Law at the Fundação Getulio Vargas's Law School in São Paulo (DIREITO GV). He is also researcher at the Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning (CEBRAP). He completed a law degree at the University of São Paulo (USP) followed by a master's degree (LLM) and a doctorate (JSD) at University of São Paulo School of Law and University of Campinas School of Philosophy (UNICAMP). He has written in labor law, jurisprudence, theory of law and law & society.
THE JURIDIFICATION OF SOCIAL DEMANDS AND THE APPLICATION OF STATUTES: AN ANALYSIS OF THE LEGAL TREATMENT OF ANTIRACISM SOCIAL DEMANDS IN BRAZIL (with Marta R. Machado and Flavia P. Püschel), FORDHAM LAW REVIEW (2009)
The goal of this essay is to reflect on how the application of statutes by...