Founding partner of Rocha, Marinho E Sales Advogados;
Founding partner of Cesar Asfor Rocha Advogados, headquartered in São Paulo / SP and branch in Brasília / DF;
Chairman of the Federal Senate Committee of Jurists created to draft a new General Sports Law (2016);
Member of the Committee of Jurists of the Federal Senate for the Review of the Arbitration Law and creation of the regulatory framework for Mediation (2013/2014); Federal Advisor of the OAB, by the Ceará Bench, elected for the 2016/2019 triennium;
Chairman of the Corporate Advocacy Committee of the Federal Council of OAB, 2015 to the present date;
Former member of the Constitutional Studies Committee of the Federal Council of the OAB, 2011/2013;
Former member of the Federal Council’s International Relations Commission at OAB, 2007/2010;
President of the Disciplinary Court of the South American Football Confederation – CONMEBOL;
Member of the Sports Legal Studies Committee of the National Sports Council, linked to the Ministry of Sports;
Member of the Reform Committee of the Brazilian Football Confederation – CBF;
Auditor of the Superior Sports Court of Football (STJD) from 2006 to 2016, having been Vice-President and President;
Former member of the FIFA Dispute Resolution Committee, based in Zurich, Switzerland.
Visiting Scholar at Columbia University – New York in 2014, Post Doctorate;
PhD in Procedural Law from the University of São Paulo (USP), in 2012, having defended the thesis “Limits of judicial control over arbitration jurisdiction”;
Master in Public Law from the Federal University of Ceará (UFC), in 2006, having presented a dissertation on “Constitutional Principles of the Request for Suspension”;
Bachelor of Laws from the University of Fortaleza (UNIFOR), in 2001;
MAIA FILHO, N. N. (Org.); ROCHA, Caio Cesar Vieira (Org.); ROCHA LIMA, T. A. (Org.). Comments on the New Writ of Mandamus Law. 1. ed. São Paulo: Revista dos Tribunais, 2010. 400 p.
ROCHA, Caio Cesar. Request for Suspension of decisions against the Public Power. São Paulo: Saraiva, 2012. – (IDP Series – Line of academic research).
ROCHA, Caio Cesar Vieira, SALOMÃO, Luis Felipe. Arbitration and Mediation: The Reform of Brazilian Legislation, Ed. Atlas, 2014.
AUDIOVISUAL ENVIRONMENTAL RECEPTION AND THE RIGHT TO SILENCE. Revista dos Tribunais (São Paulo. Printed), v. 899, p. 353-385, 2010.
COMMENTS ON ART. 15 OF THE NEW SECURITY EAND mandate. In: Napoleão Nunes Maia Filho; Caio Cesar Vieira Rocha; Tiago Asfor Rocha Lima. (Org.). Comments on the New Writ of Mandamus Law. 1st ed. São Paulo: Revista dos Tribunais, 2010, v. , P. 197-223.
APPROVAL OF FOREIGN ARBITRAL SENTENCE IN THE PROJECT OF THE NEW CIVIL PROCESS CODE. Legislative Information Magazine. V. 190, p. 103-110, 2011.
UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF ART. 11 OF LAW 13.254 / 2016. In. Repatriation of Resources, Coord. Heleno Taveira Torres. Ed. Migalhas, São Paulo, 2016.
ARBITRATION AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION: NEW NORMATIVE DISCIPLINE AFTER LAW 13.129 / 2015. In. Revista Brasileira de Arbitragem e Mediação, Ed. Revista dos Tribunais, São Paulo, 2016.
POSITIVE CONFLICT OF COMPETENCE BETWEEN REFEREE AND MAGISTRATE. In. Revista Brasileira de Arbitragem e Mediação. Ed. Revista dos Tribunais, São Paulo, 2015.
STJ AND THE CONSOLIDATION OF ARBITRATION. In.
ARBITRATION WITH PUBLIC POWER CANNOT DEPEND ON REGULATIONS. In. Legal Consultant Magazine, March 14, 2015.
TUTELA CAUTELAR E DE URGÊNCIA NA ARBITRAGEM (parte 1). In. Revista Consultor Jurídico, 11 de abril de 2015.
TUTELA CAUTELAR E DE URGÊNCIA NA ARBITRAGEM (parte 2). In. Revista Consultor Jurídico, 9 de maio de 2015.
TUTELA CAUTELAR E DE URGÊNCIA NA NOVA LEI DE ARBITRAGEM (parte 3). In. Revista Consultor Jurídico, 29 de agosto de 2015.
VETOS PRESIDENCIAIS IMPEDEM EVOLUÇÃO DA ARBITRAGEM E NÃO DEVEM SER MANTIDOS. In. Revista Consultor Jurídico, 13 de junho de 2015.
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