Carlos Alberto Carmona is a professor of civil procedural law at the São Paulo University School of Law (USP) since 1986, teaching civil procedure in both undergraduate and graduate courses. He is a Guest professor in specialisation courses in procedural law at the Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP) and was a professor (1986–2006) of civil procedural law at the Law School of Mackenzie Presbyterian University. He is also a practising attorney at law and a partner at the law firm Marques Rosado, Toledo Cesar e Carmona Advogados, expert in civil procedure, litigation and arbitration.
Author of several books and articles on Brazilian civil procedure and arbitration: author of “Arbitration and Procedure: Comments on Law 9.307/96” (Arbitragem e Processo: um comentário à Lei No. 9.307/96); co-author of the books “Arbitration: studies in honour of Professor Guido Fernando da Silva Soares” (Arbitragem: estudos em homenagem ao Prof. Guido Fernando da Silva Soares) and “Interpreted Code of Civil Procedure” (Código de Processo Civil Interpretado); and coordinator of the book “Reflections on the Reform of the Code of Civil Procedure” (Reflexões sobre a Reforma do Código de Processo Civil), among many others.
Member of the Association of Lawyers of São Paulo (AASP), General-Secretary of the Brazilian Institute of Procedural Law (IBDP), member of the Ibero-American Institute of Procedural Law, of the International Association of Procedural Law and of the International Law Association and was also a member of the commission responsible for the drafting of the Brazilian Arbitration Law.