Gabriela Braz Aidar

Specialized since 2007 in urban, administrative, and infrastructure law. Gabriela has extensive experience in administrative and judicial proceedings involving the application of urban legislation, particularly in consortium urban operations, purchase of transferable development rights, intervention in listed properties, compulsory building notices, subdivisions, defenses against infractions, and obtaining approval permits, execution permits, regularization certificates, and operating licenses. She also has expertise in drafting opinions, requests, administrative defenses, and lawsuits related to bidding processes, public-private partnerships, public service concessions, and expressions of interest procedures, having participated in various infrastructure projects in sectors such as urban cleaning, basic sanitation, highways, subways, and urban furniture concessions, among others.

+5511 4200 6600 - poste 213

Practice Areas

Urban Law


Bachelor of Laws from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP), 2008. Graduate studies in Administrative Law at Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (2012) and in Infrastructure Law at Fundação Getúlio Vargas, 2014. Master of Laws (LLM) in State Law, subarea for Urban Law, from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (2016) and in Law from Stanford University, EUA, 2017 (Pro Bono Distinction).


Member of the Urban Law Commission of the Brazilian Institute of Real Estate Law (IBRADIM). Optional Practical Training - OPT at the Inter-American Development Bank - IDB Invest in Washington/DC, United States (Jul/2017 - Oct/2017). Co-organizer of the event "3rd ENINTAU - International Meeting on Urban Environment: Productive Cities", held at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, 11-12 Aug/2016. Voluntary assistant of the discipline urban law at PUC/SP (Aug/2015-Jul/2016). Voluntary assistant of public law fundamentals at PUC/SP (Jan-Jul/2015). Voluntary tutor of Administrative Law at PUC/SP (2007).



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