Luciana Lossio: Successful Lawyer, Superior Court Minister and Master Equestrian Champion
Luciana Lossio received her law degree from The University Center of Brasília in 1999. The same year, she passed the bar exam and was appointed to the Superior Electoral Court in Brazil as a Minister. In addition to obtaining a degree in law, Lossio also holds three advanced degrees in: Civil Procedure, Law, State and Constitution and she recently earned a graduate degree in Legal Order and Prosecution. Additionally, she serves as a member of the Electoral Law Institute in Brazil.
As a career lawyer, Luciana Lossio has represented many high profile clients, the list includes governors, and members of the executive branch of Brazilian government. Lossio is an accomplished lawyer, who’s earned numerous accolades for being the only female lawyer with her achievements. In 2011, she was the first woman ever selected for the position of Substitute Minister of the Superior Electoral Court.
As the current Substitute Minister, she has also spent seven years working as a Special Prosecutor for the Attorney’s General Office. The achievements in her legal career have continued to mount; Lossio is often called upon to offer expert advice by her colleagues, who value her input. This is because Luciana Lossio has established herself as an intelligent, extremely competent counsel. She is noted for her ability to deal with complex cases.
Lossio contributes to cases handled by special prosecutors, whereby complicated issues are involved. This is due to her stellar reputation for handling all cases with fair immunity and critical thinking skills. Thanks in large part to her careful deliberations skills, Lossio is currently assigned to the position as, Minister Holder of the Superior Electoral Court. She will soon take over another position of high consideration, as Minister TSE Holder.
Despite her many legal positions, Luciana has an important pastime. She is also a Master Equestrian Champion. For the past six years, Luciana Lossio has dedicated her free time to performing in amateur jumping competitions. She has been awarded the title of Amateur Brazilian Jump Champion. To win this title, she competed against 40 other female and male riders. Out of this field, Lossio was selected as the best amateur competitor.
Her father supports her riding competitions, which take place abroad and throughout Brazil.