Beatriz Bulla is a journalist and reporter for O Estado de S. Paulo. She joined the newspaper in 2012, after being chosen from the best professionals to have participated in the paper's training program. Since then, she has covered economics, politics, and justice for the paper. Beatriz's works include news stories, investigative journalism, and analysis. In 2014, Beatriz moved to Brasilia, the national capital, to assume the news coverage of the Supreme Court for O Estado de S. Paulo.
During the last four years, she has focused her work on covering the justice system, corruption scandals, and the relationship between the state branches. She won the prize for "Best News Reporting of 2016," offered by O Estado de S. Paulo, for a story related to the corruption case known as operation Car Wash.
Beatriz Bulla holds a B.A. in Journalism from Faculdade Casper Libero - the first established journalism school in Brazil. She also holds a degree in Law from Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Sao Paulo (PUC-SP) and was admitted as a member of Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil (OAB), the Brazilian Bar Association. Her academic interests include public policy and justice, the internationalization of criminal investigations, and responses by different justice systems to corrupt scandals. She has also focused her studies on the political and economic development of Latin American countries and emerging markets and the role of media in all of these issues.