Fernando Cattelan Cordeiro
12.00 am - 13.00 pm
14.30 pm - 16.30 pm
Fernando Cattelan Cordeiro
- Lawyer in São Paulo, graduated in Law from the University of São Paulo (1999) with registration at the Brazilian Bar Association.
- Degree in International Relations, from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1999).
- Master in Social Sciences (International Relations), by the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (2004).
- Postgraduate in Systemic Law from Hellinger Schule / Faculdade Innovare (2018).
- Postgraduate student in Family Constellations at Hellinger Schule / Faculdade Innovare.
- Since 2017, he has been President of the Systemic Law Commission at the Brazilian Bar Association / São Paulo – Subsection of Tatuapé.
- He was co-organizer of the I Systemic Law Meeting at the Faculty of Law of Lisbon in 2018 and the I course in systemic law facilitated by Judge Sami Storch, in 2019, in Portugal.
- Lecturer at Brazilian universities and at systemic law events at OAB Brasil and since 2018 who facilitates systemic law workshops in both countries, Brazil and Portugal.
The practice of advocacy in the light of systemic law
Currently, we have observed that many lawyers have been dissatisfied with their work and with the view that society has in relation to their role as a conflict manager.
The professional’s daily routine is stressful: courts that are unable to cope with the demands that arise every day to the thousands and clients that demand a quick response to their demand. And the lawyer, believing that he is unable to deal satisfactorily with the cases, suffers from constant frustrations and illnesses.
In this same context, on several occasions, it is evident that a judicial sentence does not end the conflict, since it is common for the client to return to the office to be proposed new demands that have connection with the initial dispute, even after having his request initial satisfied.
Thus, one of the possible paths that can be taken by lawyers is to adopt a systemic look at the conflict, which enables their client to put a definitive end to the demand.
The lawyer can use systemic law which, according to the definition of its creator, the Brazilian judge Sami Storch, is the analysis of law from a perspective based on Bert Hellinger’s philosophical approach, which leads his clients to a solution and which it brings peace and balance to the entire system, be it family, organizational or any other system by which they belong. In this sense, systemic law is not a new branch of law, but rather, it opens the way for the jurist to have a systemic view not only for any area of law.
Therefore, I invite everyone to participate in the conference “The practice of advocacy in the light of systemic law”, in which we will explore the possibilities that these legal professionals have to work to lead their clients to new possibilities to solve their problems. issues in this field.
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