Tribunal de Justica do Estado de Sao Paulo Museum
In order to preserve the material elements pertaining to life and traditions of the Court of Justice, Des. Tácito Morbach de Góes Nobre established a Standing Committee to collect those elements of a historical nature, basis for the future Museum of the Court, consisting of four judges, under the chairmanship of the head of the judiciary.
In 1994, the President of the Court, Judge José Alberto Weiss de Andrade establishes the Minimuseum the Judiciary of the State of São Paulo, naming as the Coordinator, Uudge José Rubens Prestes Barra.
Opened on 1st February 1995 - this cultural sector whose main objective was to survey the entire acquis in the State of São Paulo, to designate the appropriate places on its use and exposure, as well as its preservation and security, had its premises located next to the Plenary of the Jury - 2nd floor of the courthouse, with a permanent exhibition room.
As the provision No. 575/97, the Minimuseum had its name changed to Museum of the Court, and by assigning the cataloging and restoration of documents and objects.
On February 4, 1998, through Decree No. 3196/98, the then President Dirceu de Mello, Emeric Lévay Judge appointed to act as Coordinator of the Museum, where he remained until his death on October 24, 2004, lending Sector dynamism of his personality.
In mid-1999 after the expansion of its dependencies, the Museum now has two permanent exhibition halls and the use of the Plenary of the Jury, disabled since 1987, where law students are greeted by employees with guided tours of the Museum.
On November 29, 2004, under the presidency of the Court of Justice of São Paulo, Judge Luiz Elias, through Decree No. 7214/2004, named Judge Alexandre Moreira Germano who took office on December 31, 2005, to exercise the coordinating body of the Museum.
In continuity to the activities of the Museum, the current Coordinator provides classes in "Portuguese law," the new servers and judicial officials Paulista.
In order to bring knowledge to the historical-cultural population of São Paulo, the museum holds temporary exhibitions, the "Hall of Lost Steps," one of the most beautiful architectural surroundings of the Palace of Justice.
Currently, the Museum of the Court is installed in the palace of Conde de Sarzedas, building built in the late nineteenth century, restored and preserved by Conpresp, which holds in its structure and decoration memories of the old São Paulo.
The aim of the museum, besides serving as a cultural space and perform temporary exhibitions, is to preserve for future generations the story, as well as objects related to the evolution of the Judiciary of São Paulo, not to mention the eminent figures of the past epoch-making from implementation Court of Appeal in February 1874, the then Province of St. Paul.
Monday to Friday
From 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Museum and Cultural Center Court
Rua Conde de Sarzedas, 100 - "Palace Conde de Sarzedas" - CEP 01512-000 - São Paulo-SP .
Phone +55 (11) 3295-5816
Map of Tribunal de Justica do Estado de Sao Paulo MuseumAddress: R. Conde de Sarzedas, 100 - Sé São Paulo, Brazil
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