• J.D., University of São Paulo;
• Specialist in Business Law and Economic and Social Development at University of Southern California (USC);
• JSM, Law and Development, Fundação Getúlio Vargas in São Paulo (FGV-SP).
He was an associate researcher at InternetLab and visiting scholar at Stanford Law School, where he worked together with the Center of Internet and Society on papers related to internet architecture regulation, which were presented in conferences such as the Telecommunications Policy and Research Conference in 2014 and the Internet Governance Forum in 2015. In 2016, he was a guest professor at the University of São Paulo, London School of Economics and Cornell Law School. Currently serves as coordinator of the Technology Transactions and IP practices of Baptista Luz Advogados, where he works since 2010. In the last few years, Pedro has been working together with startups, accelerators, venture capitals as a mentor and advisor, specially in programs such as Startup Brasil, Startup Farm and Startup Weekend. He is an advisor at Grupo Dínamo, board member at the Brazilian Association of Startups and president of the legal affairs committee at the Internet Advertising Bureau Brasil.