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Chief Justice Cármen Lúcia
Chief Justice, Brazilian Federal Supreme Court
Chief Justice Cármen Lúcia's Story
Justice Cármen Lúcia was nominated to the Supreme Court in 2006 by President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. During her time on the bench, she also served as chief justice of the Superior Electoral Court of Brazil. Prior to her appointment, she served as prosecutor for the state of Minas Gerais. Justice Cármen Lúcia obtained her law degree at PUC Minas, where she was a professor of constitutional law, and has a master's degree in Constitutional Law from UFMG. She recently announced plans to begin teaching law again in 2018.