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Faculdade de Direito de São Bernardo do Campo
São Bernardo do Campo, Brazil


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The Law School of Sao Bernardo do Campo is a local authority which, with great pride, received all three quality labels recommended OAB ", issued in 2001, 2003 and 2007 by the Bar Association of Brazil. It offers undergraduate and postgraduate Sensu Lato.

Created in October 1964, officials, teachers and administrative staff of the School are public servants and municipal join the tables by their tenders, subject to legal exceptions. The FDSBC non-profit organization. The annual fee charged to students - one of the smallest of Sao Paulo - guarantees the financial independence that this is one of the best institutions of higher education in the country

The condition of single faculty (not connected to a university) favors the establishment of close ties between all members of the community of scholars committed to improving the teaching of law.

It is located in a region that was once the industrial heartland of the country, mainly in the automotive sector. Today, the Greater ABC shows substantial growth in commerce and services. The region also hosted many political events that marked the history of the country, as the emergence of militant trade union movement in the 80 members of the political opposition to the military regime and the movement for direct elections for president. This context has resulted in the formation of a less politicized and vindictive in comparison with other regions of the country.

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