Raquel Alexandra Brízida Castro is Assistant Professor at the Law School of the University of Lisbon and Researcher at the Research Center of Public Law of the ICJP, of the same Faculty.
She holds a PhD in Law, Legal and Political Sciences (2015), from the Law School of the University of Lisbon, where she also completed her Master’s Degree (2003) in Legal and Political Sciences and where she graduated (1998).
Her research interests are focused in the areas of Constitutional Law (Constitutional Law of the Cyberspace and Constitutional Law of the Media), Constitutional Justice and Fundamental Rights.
Among the articles and articles published, the following stand out: “The Constitutional Omissions in Portuguese Constitutional Law” and the chapters “Constitution and Cyberspace: Arguments for a” Constitutional Law of the Enemy? “, “On Constitutional Relevance of the Principle Model and Method” and “For a Concrete and Diffuse Inspection of Unconstitutional Legislative Omissions that violate Rights, Freedoms and Guarantees”.