Brazil is one of the most populous countries in the world today. More than one hundred million people are referring to this country as their home, and they are eager to become a productive member of their society. Being a lawyer is considered to be the best choice when selecting a profession in Brazil, and as of the current statistics, there are more than 600,000 registered attorneys in the country. More than a third of all the lawyers in Brazil live in the city of Sao Paolo, thus, labeling the city as the City of Lawyers. The city is home to Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho, a young lawyer who is being tagged as an inspiration to the youth and as a voice for social change.
Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho is one of the youngest attorneys in the country, and during a short span of time, he has been considered as one of the most trustworthy lawyers in the country. He developed a specialization in different fields, including commercial law, financial law, and electoral law. He has been practicing his profession with a blazing passion, and he has been sacrificing his time and energy to serve as many people as he can. Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho also holds several important positions within the Brazilian Bar Association, and he thanked the organization because they keep on trusting in him and providing him with high ranking positions.
His career revolves around working for private corporations and servicing those who are coming into his law firm for assistance. When private corporations are needing his service, he would be summoned to their office, and he will be briefed about their legal concerns. Normally, it is about commercial and financial laws, and Ricardo Tosto de Oliveira Carvalho already have the answer on hand. To expand his knowledge about the field that he is focusing on, he would attend some conferences, seminars, and conventions around the world specializing in the field of law. He is considered as an icon of law, and his skills and expertise have already shaped him into an individual who is currently a role model for many Brazilian youths.