Rosalice Pinto is a collaborator at two research centers at Universidade Nova de Lisboa: ArgLab (Institute of Philosophy) and Center for Research and Development on Law and Society (CEDIS) at the Faculty of Law. She is also a researcher at Linguistic Research Group (PROTEXTO) – Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil. She holds a PhD in Linguistics (Text Theory) from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (2006) and a post-PhD in Communication Sciences from the same university and from the University of Geneva (2013). She is the author of the book How to argue and persuade: Politica, Legal and Journalistic Practice (Quid Juris, 2010). She is a visiting professor at Brazilian universities and currently part of the research team of two projects: Metaphors based on rigorous data for the treatment of diabetes (PTDC/FER_FIL/ 28278/2017) funded by FCT and the international project A-PLACE: Linking places through networked artistic practices (Creative Europe Programme).