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The success of different categories of legal professionals in building positions of state power in Brazil since the end of the military regime is in line with the legitimation of models of law and international cooperation. This article focuses on the connections between Brazilian legal actors and the international 'fight against corruption'. By looking at the international connections of Brazil's Public Prosecutor's Office (MPF), we aim to show how the promotion of anti-corruption models ofdoi:10.1590/1981-3821202000010006 fatcat:uppa6fowivgnbosobv4iy3twru