The Brazilian legal system can be one of the most confusing in the world with its huge number of laws on the books at both national and regional level. Lawyers in Brazil face the difficult prospect of learning thousands of laws, which is why many decide to specialize in a specific area of law like Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho. The expert in Brazilian law has been specializing in the corporate area of the legal system, but has also branched out into various other areas that have included working in the best possible way to simplify the legal system for the Brazilian government.
Ricardo Tosto understands the difficulties of becoming a lawyer in Brazil, which has its system based in the code based laws of Europe. To begin his career the respected lawyer completed his undergraduate degree in law before sitting the bar exam, which is the common way to enter the legal system in Brazil; from here Tosto entered a small law office that was the first stepping stone he took in becoming a major force in Brazilian legal life as one of the most respected figures in the country.
Despite the success that led Ricardo Tosto to success early in his career and the establishment of his own legal firm the lawyer has never forgotten the fact he has had to fight his way to the top of the legal profession. Unlike many law firms who use interns as unpaid labor, Ricardo Tosto has made sure to accept the best law students as legal interns and give them the chance to continue their work with his company after they graduate. Many interns have moved on to become partners in Ricardo Tosto’s own law firm.
The chance to help every lawyer in Brazil has driven Ricardo Tosto on to even greater success as he has developed many legal mechanisms now commonly accepted as the standards within Brazilian law.