Cristina Gaulia is a justice of the Court of Justice of the State of Rio de Janeiro, currently serving in the 4th Private Law Chamber. She serves as coordinator of NUPEPAJ—Research Center for Public Policy and Access to Justice at the Bryant Garth Observatory, School of Judges of the State of Rio de Janeiro (EMERJ); coordinator of the Mobile Court of Justice Program of the Court of Justice of the State of Rio de Janeiro; editor-in-chief of the Scientific Journal Direito em Movimento at EMERJ; and coordinator of the Citizen Justice Program for the Training of Community Leaders at the Court of Justice of Rio de Janeiro. She is president of the Permanent Forum on Constitutional, Administrative, and Public Policy Studies Professor Miguel Lanzellotti Baldez and of the Permanent Forum on Dialogues between Law and the Unconscious and a professor of consumer law at EMERJ and Brasilcon. She is the author of The Experience of Mobile Court of Justice: The Meeting Space of the Judiciary with the Brazilian Population (2020) and Small Claims Courts—The Citizen’s Space in the Judiciary (2005). Ph.D. in Law from Veiga de Almeida University. Master of Laws from Estácio de Sá University.