Brazil ranks number three in the list of countries with the highest number of law graduates. The country comprises of law institutions that offer over 1,000 postgraduate and undergraduate law courses. The Brazilian National Council of Justice once conducted a survey of law graduates in the country. The council found out that only 800,000 of the 3 million graduates had passed the bar examination.
Brazilian Law Schools
Law schools in Brazil operate with respect to educational guidelines set by the Ministry of Education. If students in a school perform poorly, a specialist from the Commission of Education visits the school for assessment. This specialist meets with the institution’s head and discusses ways of promoting improvement in academics. The Ministry of Education usually regulates Law courses that students perform poorly.
The Federal University of Minas Gerais scooped position one in a survey conducted by Folha de São Paulo University. Law School of São Paulo was ranked second while the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul was ranked third. This research focused on ranking law schools depending on their performance and quality of education.
About Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho
Due to the high number of law graduates in Brazil, finding a competent and diligent lawyer can be difficult. Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho is one of the few Brazilian lawyers who have defied all odds to become successful. He acquired his LLB from the globally respected Mackenzie University. Ricardo Tosto enrolled at Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP) and majored in business administration.
Ricardo Tosto’s law firm is headquartered in São Paulo. The company has other branches in Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia. Several law practitioners passed through Leite Tosto e Barros’ internship program under the leadership of Ricardo Tosto. As a commercial litigation expert, high profile individuals and companies have sought Ricardo Tosto’s services.