Julia Azevedo Moretti holds a Ph.D. in Law from the University of São Paulo (USP), a Master’s in Urban Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP), and a Master’s in Environment and Sustainable Development from the University of London (Development Planning Unit – DPU/UCL). Woman, mother, teacher, and lawyer who dedicates her professional and academic career to the design and execution of sustainability projects with social impact, combining legal knowledge with multisectoral processes guided by participatory practices. She worked at the National Secretary of Real Estate Management, providing legal advice for managing strategic projects related to the destination and management of public real estate for land regularization, local development, and sustainable development of the shore. She also has extensive experience in strategic advocacy on human rights, working in judicial and extrajudicial collective cases related to the right to the city and housing. She is currently an assistant professor in the specialization course in Contract Law at COGEAE PUC/SP, working on consumer contracts, private law contracts, public contracts, and contracts of diffuse law and sustainability.