The Brazilian Legal Process

The law of Brazil is a very complex. It borrows from the Portuguese, French, Italian and the German civil law. These form the cornerstones on which the Brazilian legal statute was built. The law is guided by the Federal Constitution which was established on 21st October 1998. As per the statistics of the past nine years, the country offered one thousand and twenty-four law courses. More than 197,664 law students were enrolled to undergo the rigorous training to become some of the greatest legislators in the world today. The country brags of myriads of lawyers with the highest number practicing in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.


In Brazil, the law as a career is held in great esteem. Therefore, several people edge towards the discipline to be part of the legislation process. However, the qualification rules are quite stringent to ensure that just the appropriate candidates are presented for the bar examination before becoming fully fledged lawyers. The exam is issued by the Brazilian Bar Association, which also makes the policies and regulates the standards surrounding litigation in Brazil. The lawyers of Brazil following the 2007 statistics earned a median salary of R$150000.


Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira is one of the lawyers in Brazil who has made a great impact in the Brazilian litigation. He has actively taken part in the making of statutes used to solve the toughest of cases in Brazil. Ricardo Tosto runs a huge law firm, Leite Tosto e Barros, which is known globally for their top notch litigation services. Ricardo Tosto started small as a legal consultant in a regular office from where he developed to become the legal authority he is now. Ricardo Tosto is known to solve some of the stressful and sophisticated cases experienced in various fields.


In addition to being a lawyer, he is also an entrepreneur and a strategist. He has the right expertise to help in defending his clients consisting of governments, companies, and influential people. That has raised him on a pedestal globally as the lawyer to be looked up to not only by clients but also upcoming young lawyers. He has been a mentor to those who work both with and under him. He often supervises and provides the way forward for the difficult cases presented in his law firm.