MARILIA OLIVEIRA E TELLES
Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo 05432010
Collaborative lawyer and mediator, lecturer, and guest lecturer in several free and postgraduate courses in Brazil, including Collaborative Practice Trainings. Member of IACP Faculty. Holds a BA in Drama and Theater Studies from the University of Sao Paulo. Specialist in Family Law and Successions qualified at the Escola Paulista de Direito – EPD. Member of the Brazilian Institute of Family Rights – IBDFam, of the IACP – International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and of the CBAr – Brazilian Arbitration Committee – in Gemep – Corporate Mediation Group. President of the Board of the IBPC – Brazilian Institute of Collaborative Practices (2021/2022). Member of the New Family Structures group of the Sedes Sapientiae Institute. Author of legal articles and fictional stories.
Professional Activitieslawyer, mediator, trainer, keynote speaker.
Colégio Oswald de Andrade, São Paulo, Brazil, 1988.
Escola Paulista de Direito, São Paulo, 2009.
Escola Paulista da Magistratura, São Paulo, 2005.
Universidade Mackenzie, 2003.
Universidade de São Paulo, 1992.
Lecturer and invited professor in specialization and post-graduation courses dealing with the adequate means of conflict resolution, especially Mediation and Collaborative Practices; multidisciplinary team work; and living will.
IBPC accredited teacher to minister basic and advanced trainings in Collaborative Practices.
Marilia has participated as a trainer in multidisciplinary trainings all over Brazil, in person, since March 2018, and also online, since September 2020, according to IACP and IBPC standards.
Multidisciplinary trained offered in São Paulo, March 2018; Goiania, May 2018; Rio de Janeiro, June 2018; Public Defender's Office, August 2018; Rio de Janeiro March 2019; Florianópolis July 2019; Belo Horizonte March 2021; online training September 2021 - BRAZIL.
Basic Collaborative Training with Pauline Tesler, Peggy Thompson and Lisa Schneider in April 2014; Civil Collaborative Training with Sherrie Abney in October 2014; Collaborative Training with Olivia Furst, Tania Almeida, Marcelo Rodante, Monica Lobo and Bebel Montenegro in May 2017.