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Following a decade of explosive economic growth, Brazil has been battling recession for the last few years, and the country’s legal industry has not been immune to the effects of the downturn. Despite a so-so hiring climate for lawyers in the recent years, two legal fields have been promising for young attorneys looking to start their careers in the bar.
It can be difficult to find qualified tax attorneys in Brazil, so lawyers who have specialized in tax law during their undergraduate or post-graduate training have an advantage when it comes to finding work, as do lawyers with training in accounting.
There has been a resurgence in hiring since the Administrative Council of Tax Appeals resumed operations after a corruption probe into the court’s activities. As a result, the backlog of cases is being expedited, pushing demand for qualified counsel to know more: www.crunchbase.com/person/ricardo-tosto#/entity click here.
Labor and Employment Law
This has traditionally been one of the most popular fields of law in Brazil due to the extensive nature of legal regulations surrounding employment. Job losses stemming from the recession have led to a major uptick in the number of wrongful termination claims being filed, which has also prompted an increase in demand for labor lawyers.
Ricardo Tosto is the founding partner of a law firm in Sao Paulo that handles both taxation and employment cases. After earning his bachelor of laws degrees from one of Sao Paulo’s most prestigious law schools, Ricardo Tosto’s one-man law firm turned into one of the city’s most sought-after firms.
For Ricardo Tosto, the law is about relationships. In his view, one of the key ingredients to success in law is the team work he fosters among his associates and partners. According to Ricardo Tosto, his firm is “one big happy family,” and he wouldn’t have it any other way.