Vitor has been a Human Rights lawyer for 7 years. Due to his unique approach to Human Rights law, encompassing all situations faced by Human Rights defenders and organisation, has experience in a diverse range of practices, from administrative law to criminal law, covering consumer, constitutional and civil law.
In 2021 was selected by the prestigious fully funded Chevening Scholarship, that selects global leaders to pursue Master level degrees in the United Kingdom to improve the social positive impact they make on their home countries. Holds a master’s degree in MA Applied Human Rights at the University of York, England, graduating with Merit. During his time in the UK was the Head of Operations and Logistics of the Brazil Forum UK, a student-led platform for high-level discussions on Brazil's status quo.
Before working at the firm, he provided legal support to a wide spectrum of organisations, mainly public sector labour unions and LGBT organisations. Worked closely with social movements and student representative organisations. Founded and coordinated “Direitos Pra Todxs”, a collective of lawyers focused on pro bono Human Rights legal assistance.