Dilermando de Alencar is a PhD candidate in Law at the University of Brasília. His thesis, part of the Internationalization, Labor and Sustainability’s line, focus on the integration principle, sustainability and the connection between energy, law and water resources (advisor: Professor Gabriela Garcia Batista Lima). He has a Master in Law from the Instituto brasiliense de Direito Público (IDP). He is a specialist in electric energy regulation from University of Brasília after having Graduated in Law from the Federal University of Maranhão.
He is a researcher at the Law, Natural Resources and Sustainability Group (GERN) at the University of Brasília. He was a professor at Instituto Euro-Americano de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia (EUROAM) and at Faculdade Fortium/DF and an instructor in training courses at CESPE and ESAF, teaching electricity sector’s regulation.
In his career, he was a Process Analyst at the Public Prosecutor’s Office (PRT 11ª / Amazonas), a Public Defender for the State of Ceará, a Federal Attorney, Coordinator of the Electricity Generation Center and Deputy Coordinator of the Coordination of Economic Regulation and Coordinator of Active Debt at ANEEL and Legal Advisor in the infrastructure area at the Brazilian Republic Presidency. Currently, he is Chief Prosecutor of the Instituto Chico Mendes de Conservação da Biodiversidade (ICMBio)