Brazil is the home of lawyers; this has been made possible because of the number of law schools which are established in the country. Brazil was listed among the top three countries in the world with the most substantial numbers of lawyers in 2010 with India being in the lead followed by the United States of America which was number two. Being number three in the world doesn’t mean that all Brazilians love law and are lawyers, but the number of lawyers is due to the number of the law facilities in Brazil. According to some studies by the National Council of Justice, Brazil has the most substantial number of laws schools than the ones in the world combined. The number of law schools in Brazil is 1,240 while those in the world add up to 1,110.
There are only 800 registered and approved lawyers in Brazil, and among them is Ricardo Tosto de OlivieraCarvalho. Ricardo is a prominent attorney in Brazil and after his High School graduation; he attended the Universidad Presbyterian Mackenzie where he studied and graduated with a degree in law and alter joined Fundacao Armando AlvaresPenteado and graduated with Business Administration. The lawyer who plays a significant role in the Brazilian legal sector was born and raised in Brazil back in 1963. After his graduation from the law school, he became a partner of Leite, Tosto, Barros e Advocados which is one of the largest and the foremost law firms in the country.
Mr. Tosto has a wide range of specialist among them, the banking contract, reorganization, bankruptcy, election law, commercial law, business restructuring, civil law, acquisition review, credit recovery as well as administrative law. Being one of the attorneys in Brazil, he has been recognized by organizations including; who’s who Legal as the best lawyer in Commercial Litigation. Various agencies have also known his practice including; Legal 500 as well as Analise 500. Mr. Ricardo is also a recognized leader who has shown positive leadership character throughout his career. He is the former President of the Judicial Modernization Committee, and the Judicial Reform Committee. Tosto is a member of the International Bar Association, Board of Director of the Study Center for Attorney Partnerships among others. He is a writer and a motivational speaker.