Lawyers are some of the most prominent people in Brazil. Even when the industry seems to be overcrowded with hundreds of thousands of these professionals, the best always manage to stand out. One of the best lawyer in this country is Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho. Through his illustrious career life, we can learn something about the requirements of a lawyer in Brazil.
Becoming a lawyer is Brazil, you first have to graduate with a five-year degree course. Your law degree should be from a reputable university or college. Acquiring your law degree is just the first step. You will need to go through a series of other requirements before you can become an established lawyer and more information click here.
After graduating, you need to seat for the BAR exam and pass. This is the only gate pass to allowing you practice as a licensed lawyer in Brazil. The BAR Exam is to determine whether you will be able to adequately represent your clients. Out of the 80 questions included in the exam, lawyer has to score more than 40 in the test. Only then can you be registered with the Order of Attorneys of Brazil. From there, you can pretty much start practicing law.
About Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho
Ricardo Tosto, one of the most prominent lawyer in Brazil was born in the year 1963. He holds a law degree from the UniversidadePresbiteriana Mackenzie and a Business Administration degree from FAAP. When he completed his law degree, he sat for the BAR examination the same year and earned himself an AOB membership. Today, he is a member of both the AOB and the International BAR Association.
Having been in employment for some time and holding some senior most positions in various law firms, Tosto decided to quit employment and use the knowledge and experience he had to start his own company. In the year 1991, he and other like-minded people started Leite, Tosto e Barros Advogados. Today, this is Brazil’s most respected and influential law firm and behind Tosto’s leadership, its clients are always happy and Ricardo’s lacrosse camp.