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An Evening With Joilson Melo – An Aspiring Future Lawyer

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You can complete law studies to become a lawyer but only a dedicated and unique-minded individual will step in this field with the aim of fixing the legal system. Law is one of the most challenging fields that demand serious efforts, quick actions, and a mind that can think out of the box. I’ve got a chance to interview an emerging and famous law student who already has been recognized as a rising future lawyer.

Joilson Melo emerged an extraordinary intellectual, born on September 20, 1988; he belongs to Cuiaba, Brazil. Joilson is a 32-year-old prominent law student, and an emerging future lawyer with extraordinary abilities.

You’re one of the most popular law students in Brazil, our audience wants to know a bit more about yourself?

I am a law student with 4 semesters left for my graduation. I am currently working in a large law firm in the city of Sinop, state of Mato Gross. I was born on September 20, 1988, in Cuiaba, Brazil.

What are your achievements as a law student?

I already have marked various milestones fighting against the corruption and shortcomings of the legal system of my country. I am well recognized for my efforts in that area as just a law student. I have highlighted the malpractices that have become more common in the country and deeply engraved in the numerous national institutions. I have been the most proactive person in this event. I am popular among people of Brazil, lawyer communities, and civil society for this achievement as just a second year student.

What do you think a law student can do to fix the legal system of the country?

I believe that every individual can participate to fix the legal and judicial system of the country. More importantly, a self-accountable law student is a person who can contribute to the availability of equal justice to every citizen of the country without any discrimination. A self-accountable and responsible law student can do a lot to fix the legal system by utilizing various opportunities available to them.

What do you think where the legal system lacks in Brazil that needed to be fixed?

Well, from a very young age I’ve been observing and witnessing that the legal and judicial area in Brazil is not strong enough, partial, and broken. This broken legal system creates adverse effects on the citizens of the country. No one can sure proper availability of justice in the country that can serve the poor and underprivileged as well with equal opportunities. There is a massive gap between the privileged and the underprivileged in Brazil. That gap needed to be fixed so every individual can have equal access to justice.

What are your future goals? Where do you see yourself in the future?

My ultimate goal is to fix the legal and judicial system of the country. I want to be a voice for the poor and underprivileged so that they can get equal opportunities. Additionally, I want to create a law firm dedicated to providing justice to every individual in the country; this is my other target. I want to achieve my goal where every Brazilian citizen is well aware of their rights and have proper access to the judicial system of the country without any kind of discrimination and fear.

It is a great honor for me to interview such a popular personality and a rising future lawyer. We wish you all the very best with your objectives and goals and wish to see you becoming a great lawyer and an influential contributor to the judicial and legal system of Brazil.