Following last week’s post on the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court YouTube channel, here we are again but this time in Brazil.
The Supremo Tribunal Federal YouTube channel includes recordings of full hearings.
There is also a Saber Direito channel including law lectures which looks fantastic, and very comprehensive. Perhaps a Portuguese speaker would like to comment?
The website of the Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF) also includes a limited glossary (choose your language from the top right of the website, then “Glossary” from the tabs) that may be of interest, as well as an “About the Court” section in English and Spanish which is quite substantial.
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