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MARCO ANTONIO MARQUES DA SILVA, A LAW PROFESSOR AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PONTIFICAL CATHOLIC

Conceived in the year 1958 in a city of Itapetininga, Marco Antonio Marques da Silva chose to pursue law as his profession. He started his legal studies at PUC in back in the year 1977 and graduated later in the year 1981. Marco additionally pursued after a specialization doctorate at the University of Pontifical Catholic. In the year 1982, Marco Antonio Marques da Silva was at that point head of the faculty at the University of Pontifical Catholic, which led to his vocation in the year 2003.

 

Currently, Marco Antonio Marques da Silva is the Judge Court of Appeals in Brazil, São Paulo. Marco worked in the urban communities of Palmeira D’Oeste, and then he became one of the State Judiciary in the year 1983. In the year 2002, Marco Antonio was endorsed to substitute judge and eventually was appointed to being a Judge for the Court of Appeals in the year 2007.

 

In a recent meeting, Judge Marco Antonio Marques da Silva was celebrated by the University of Pontifical Catholic. The organization newly appointed auditorium was renamed after the judge, who is the head of the faculty of Criminal Law at the establishment. The ceremony was directed by Dirceu de Mello, college president and previous leader of the São Paulo State Court of Appeals, who, in his discourse, honored Marco Antonio’s dynamism, prepared continuously to help everyone. Ricardo Sayeg, legal counselor and tenured lecturer at the University of Pontifical Catholic, acknowledged the honoree in support of the Faculty of Law.

 

Professor Marco Antonio Marques da Silva is one of the best in their Institution and that he fills them with satisfaction and fulfillment. Antonio’s colleagues and students collectively perceive him as the most legit and prominent professor. Marco Antonio expressed gratitude toward his fellow workmates and companions who attended the ceremony.

 

He concluded his speech by saying that same anticipation and selflessness that he had when he joined the University remains. Change that guarantees human respect isn’t only a dignity instead makes it genuine and accessible to all the people at large, without distinction sex, age, or social, or political status.