Carlos Juliano Simões-Ferreira is a Research Associate at the International Centre on Human Rights and Drug Policy. He is a criminal and human rights lawyer practicing in Brazil. Apart from drug policy, his research interests include criminology, human trafficking, indigenous rights, access to justice and international criminal law.
For the last three years, Carlos Juliano has been a member of the Brazilian Pro Bono Institute, where he provides legal representation for NGOs, consultancy and advocates for a more comprehensive pro bono legislation. He is also a member of the Brazilian Institute on Criminal Sciences.
He is a specialist in Criminal Sciences and International Law and is currently a postgraduate student at the University of Essex, studying for a LLM in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law.