Rodrigo Jesus Navarro is an attorney and a master’s candidate in International Law at the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ). He holds a bachelor’s degree in law from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and is currently pursuing a degree in accounting sciences at Estácio de Sá University (UNESA-RJ).
Navarro is an active member of AIEN, participating in the organization’s events held in Brazil, attending webinars and reading articles published by the institution. He is a native speaker of Portuguese, fluent in English and proficient in French.
During his master’s program, under the orientation of Professor Marilda Rosado, he has been working as a teaching assistant and co-authored an article titled “Global Environmental Governance and Climate Litigation: New Paradigms”, which was presented at the Brazilian National Council for Research and Postgraduate Studies in Law (CONPEDI).
He also represented UERJ’s Institutional Research Group on International Law and Energy at the Workshop on Research Strategies in Private International Law, held at the Pontifical Catholic University (PUC-Rio).
As an undergraduate, Rodrigo organized and participated in a research group at the UFRJ Institutional Studies Laboratory (LETACI), where he presented articles at both national and international events.
Currently, his master’s research focuses on the legal aspects of energy transition and standard clauses in contracts involving renewable energy, seeking to provide greater legal certainty for foreign direct investment. Navarro’s other areas of interest involve international tax planning and global accounting standards.