Pursuing a legal career in Brazil is a common trend. Being a lawyer, for instance, calls for extra effort keeping in mind the complexity of the Brazilian legal system. The system is a challenge to any unqualified professional and navigating through it requires utmost keenness. Another factor of consideration is the Brazilian constitution which was created in 1988, meaning that it has been effective for over two decades now. The constitution, being the basis of all laws, attracts many people to scrutinize and learn more about it.
A basic Brazilian lawyer starts their professional path at around 23, this being after about 6 years of studies and interning. By 2011, 676,845 lawyers were legally practicing. The number of lawyers who are out of schools with no licenses is much more. A lawyer is certified to start their practice once they complete and pass their Bar Exams. After that, they are entitled to work in any field of law they deem appropriate.
About Ricardo Tosto
Ricardo Tosto is a renowned lawyer working with Tosto and Barros, a law firm highly recognized for litigation specialization. The firm is a pioneer in the market with an excellent reputation for acting in not only complex but also high-value litigation. Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho is the anchor of the law firm. He is seen as a market leader attaining great recognition in the industry. Close to all of the litigation areas in the office are handled by him in an efficient and organized manner. As much as mass litigation has a platform in the office, most clients are more concerned with the excellence of legal services in hard cases. This highlights what Tosto does.
One of their main international client remarks that Leite, Tosto e Barros is a definite leader on the list. This is attributed to the value-added strategies recently embraced by the company. Ricardo Tosto is known for maintaining four main techniques for the smooth running of their firm; agility, dedication, efficiency, and skilled technique.