Her Education Background
Luciana attained her law degree in the year 1999 from the University Center of Brasilia (UniCeB). Her great dedication and efforts to her studies earned her an approval and got into the Bar Association of Brazil when it got listed in the Federal District. Luciana also has studied three postgraduate courses and completed them. The three course were Civil Procedure, Law, and her third is her most recent one called Legal order and Prosecution.
Luciana’s life as a lawyer
Luciana is a member of the Brazilian Institute of Electoral Law. When working as a lawyer, she would get very prominent clients such as governors and senior members of the executive branch. Luciana made history in 2011 for being the first woman to be a Substitute Minister of the Superior Electro Court. She had also dedicated her life’s work to helping women and had made several achievements.
Luciana also worked at the Attorney General’s Office for seven years where she greatly interacted with the two former renowned prosecutors in Brazil; Claudio Fonteles and Geraldo Brindeiro. Luciana’s incumbency at the PGR led to much interaction with TSE and TSF. During those interactions, Luciana would advise them accordingly on how to go about their processes. She demonstrated great perfection in her work even when handling tough cases in court. Her hard work and commitment to the judicial institution made her the Minister of the Supreme Electoral Court. Following her great expertise in law, she has recently has been appointed as the Minister of the TSE.
Luciana is unique because she enjoys equestrianism. She has loved it six she was young. What amuses people is her great dedication to her professional career work and also the sport. Her consistent efforts in equestrianism won her a Brazilian Champion Amateur Jump title and also emerged first in the Society Hipica Brasilia competition. She made an astonishing win at the mare Nikita while jumping over obstacles which were more than 1.2 meters tall. In the race, Luciana beat 40 riders of both men and women.
The great support from her Father on the tracks always propelled her success in winning races. She got so good that she represented Brazil in equestrian competitions both nationally and abroad.
Luciana Lossio has portrayed a good image in her work, both equestrianism, and law. Her experience is surely going to strengthen the Brazilian Law institutions.
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