University description (as per official university website)
Every educational institution should be above all a school of life. The FADITU, with over 40 years of legal education is a living proof of the value of this principle. Every year in the form FADITU students who will BE FEATURED in the Legal Department as lawyers, prosecutors, public defenders, judges, prosecutors, attorneys, justices, and other pillars of society such as teachers, journalists, businessmen, politicians, who are categorical in stating that the benefit brought to their lives simply because they have chosen a college so broad and so fundamental in knowledge score in "training for life."
Here have some of the biggest names in Brazilian Law: Junior Jose Loureiro,Goffredo Telles da Silva Jr., Ulysses Guimarães, Geraldo Nogueira Ataliba, Theofilo Cavalcanti Filho, Vieira Neto, Inácio da Silva Telles, Georgette Nacarato Nazo, José Afonso da Silva, Michel Temer, Renato Ribeiro, Alexandre Augusto Correa, Luis Carlos da Costa Mendes, Julio Fabbrini Mirabetti, Ronaldo Porto Macedo, Paulo de Barros Carvalho, Antonio Carlos Camargo Ferrari, Candido Dinamarco Rangel, Maria Helena Diniz, Nelson Nery Junior, Antonio Carlos Marcatto, Newton de Lucca, Darcy de Arruda Miranda Junior,Luiz Alberto David Araujo, Antonio Rigolin Olavo Silveira Camargo, Olavo Acir Lima Rocha, Claudio Aquaviva Marcus, Kioitsi Chicuta, Roque Mesquita de Oliveira, Agenor Nakazono, Ricardo Tadeu Marques da Fonseca among many others.
The FADITU was born on August 11, 1969 and even then, the differential was the faculty, composed almost entirely of professors from the Faculty of Law in San Francisco Largo (USP), which earned him the affectionate nickname of " Francisquinho. Planned and fomented, then, by masters uspinianos the FADITU held on its faculty the most respected names and acquaintances, but which are still in the academic reference. The statesman Ulysses Guimarães, for example, pioneered the discipline of Municipal Law and her master was in Itu.
The scholars Fabrini Mirabetti Julius and Maria Helena Diniz, the first in Criminal Law, Civil Law and the second in the house were also teachers. As a way to celebrate the 40th anniversary, the FADITU used the celebrations to honor their teachers as Professors Emeritus. As an example quoted the president of the Chamber of Deputies, Michel Temer, that in the day May 7, 2009, received the title of professor emeritus of FADITU and also was honored with a plaque that gives its name to the College Auditorium. Fear was a professor, deputy director and director of FADITU between 1969 and 1984.
In 1999, in addition to undergraduate courses in law, FADITU starts its courses Postgraduate Sensu Lato, who wants to specialize in an academic career. Currently, FADITU meets a faculty that is a pride for the institution itself. Several of his teachers, leading lawyers, were also his students.
The attorney and retired prosecutor Luis Antonio Nunes, lawyers Junior Mario Dotta, Romeu Gonçalves Bicalho, Ailton Scorsolini, Luis Inacio Carneiro, Sigrist among others, are examples. Another highlight is its ability to be among the first colleges in the country in teaching new and surprising areas of law such as: Agricultural Law, Environmental, Biolaw, Computer Law, among others.