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Frederico Straube is a lawyer and regularly acts as arbitrator and mediator. He has been the president of CAM–CCBC (the Arbitration and Mediation Centre of the Brazil–Canada Chamber of Commerce) since 2007, having previously held the same position from 1993 to 1995, as well as the office of executive vice president from 1999 to 2006.He is a member of the ITA’s Advisory Board, a member of the Committee on Rules and Arbitration Rules of the Latin American Arbitration Association and a member of the Brazilian Institute for Construction Law. As arbitrator, he is a member of the roster of the following arbitral institutions: CAM–CCBC; Arbitration and Mediation Chamber of Eurochambers – CAE; CA-CCIP (Portugal); CBMA (Brazil); CAMERS-CIERGS (Brazil); and CAM-FIEP (Brazil). He is also a member of the Brazilian Arbitration Committee; the International Council for Commercial Arbitration – ICCA; the Société de Législation Comparée – SLC; and vice president of the Brazilian Section of the Club Español de Arbitraje.He is speaker and participant in several arbitration and mediation events worldwide and founding partner of the Straube Advogados law firm. He graduated in law from the University of São Paulo in 1963 and in classical languages and literature from the Philosophy, Science and Literature College of the same university in 1961. He is a specialist in tax and financial law at the University of São Paulo; in public law at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo; and in mediation at Windsor University, Ontario, Canada.
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