Ana Catarina Salgado

Graduate in Law (1999), Mestre (2007) and Ph.D (2016) in Law, is Assistant Professor of the Legal Sciences group of the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon. She has held several cooperation functions under Protocols between the FDUL and several Mozambican institutions (2010-2017), namely those of Director of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of Unizambeze (where the Law course was included) and Deputy Director for the Académica area, as well as the regency of several disciplines, both at Unizambeze and Eduardo Mondlane University, such as Special Criminal Law, Criminal Procedural Law, Labor Law, Institutional Transport Law, Air Transport Law, Methodology and Research Project , Criminal Mediation and Arbitration Practices and General Theory of Civil Law. At the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, he taught subjects such as Criminal Law, Criminal Procedural Law, Labor Law, Introduction to Law Study and Land Transport Law. She is the author of publications such as "Terrorism - The Legitimacy of a Forgotten Past" (in co-authorship - 2005); "From the legal regime of domestic violence practiced against women in Mozambican criminal law" (2010) and "The community courts in Mozambique" (2016). She is a lawyer and jurisconsult.