In any country, the profession of law is highly respected and sought after by aspiring students, and it is no different in Brazil. Here there are hundreds and thousands of students who want to become a lawyer and choose it as their career option each year. There are a few premier law schools in the country where hundreds of students enroll each year to kick start their career in the field of law.
The legal system of the country has been undergoing transformation since the country received independence in the year 1822 and has been influenced by a period from the French, German and Italian Law to great extent. However, the country’s governments over the years have made many changes and put into effect many amendments as per the country’s requirements and policy making agenda.
The country is filled today with many top lawyers and law firms of international repute. One of the most reputed law firms in the country is Tosto and Barros Advogados, which has represented some of the most prominent political personalities, public figures, and multi-national and national companies. It is co founded by Ricardo Tosto, who is considered an authority in Brazil when it comes to financial law, corporate law, compliance law, administrative law, and high-value litigations. The extensive experience of Ricardo Tosto has helped him win some of the most complicated and challenging lawsuits in the country, which is referred to in many law institutions in the country as case studies.
Ricardo Tosto studied law from the reputed law institution in the country, Mackenzie Presbyterian University. He has studied business from the highly reputed Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation. With over thirty years of experience in the field of law, Ricardo Tosto is one of the most experienced senior attorneys in Brazil today. He is the member of the Brazilian Bar Association for long and is known for his in-depth knowledge of Brazilian law. Many of the companies in Brazil consult Ricardo Tosto to ensure their business is operating by the compliance law of the country, as in the otherwise case the company may attract hefty penalties.
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