Danton Grossi Gangana
Danton is a lawyer and legal researcher. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Law (2015) and a Master's degree (2019) in Philosophy of Law and Justice from the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG (FD/UFMG). He has a brief teaching experience in Legal Anthropology. He is a member of the Study group state of exception in contemporary Brazil and participates in the Study Group in Philosophy, Law and Power.
In his legal practice, Danton has focused since his graduation on collective action and the defence of the collective rights of disadvantaged parties, taking internships in the Consumer Protection and Defence Programme of the State Parliament of Minas Gerais - PROCON-ALMG and in the Federal Public Prosecutor's Office. His first significant experience as a lawyer was at the Union of Workers and Employees of the Brazilian Company of Post and Telegraph (2017-2019). In 2019, he started working as a researcher and lawyer in international law firms advocating for people affected by environmental disasters in Brazil.
Enhancing and developing his experience, Danton works since 2022 with collective rights and civil redress of damages due to antitrust practices.