Associate Dean of BYU Law, Carolina Núñez, shares her experiences living and working abroad, researching immigration law, providing legal aid at the border, and empowering Utah with women’s history.
Workers in Brazil are known for taking long lunches. This cultural difference has major business implications. Learn them now before your lunch in Brazil.
Madison Birtcher and Sam Clinger
Dean Carolina Núñez discusses her background, her work as an immigration lawyer and the effects she saw that immigration can have in both business and government policy, and her work in multiple other organizations.
Whether in business, government, or their personal lives, Brazilians have a knack for getting around difficult situations. They do this so often that there is even a word in Portuguese to describe it—jeitinho. Jeitinho literally means “little way.”