Lawyer (abuse of economic power) - Salary and Career

Lawyer (abuse of economic power) - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They postulate, on behalf of the client, in court, proposing or contesting actions, requesting measures from the magistrate or public prosecutor, evaluating documentary and oral evidence, holding labor, common criminal and civil hearings, instructing the party and acting in the jury court, and extrajudicially, mediating issues, contributing to the drafting of bills, analyzing legislation for updating and implementation, assisting companies, people and entities, advising international and national negotiations, ensuring the client's interests in the maintenance and integrity of their assets, facilitating business, preserving individual and collective interests, within ethical principles and in order to strengthen the democratic rule of law.

How much does an Lawyer (abuse of economic power) earn

A Lawyer (abuse of economic power) earns between $2.538 and $15.610 per month, with an average monthly salary of $6.428 and a median salary of $5.500 according to an salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 152 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Lawyer (abuse of economic power)

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 6.428 77.136 1.607 31
1º Quartile 2.538 30.453 634 12
Median Salary 5.500 66.000 1.375 27
3º Quartile 11.905 142.855 2.976 58
Higher Salary 15.610 187.316 3.902 75

Professional job categories

  • Science and arts professionals
    • professionals in the legal sciences
      • lawyers, attorneys, notaries
        • lawyers

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Main workplaces

Lawyers they work in law firms, in agricultural, commercial, industrial, service and public administration companies, as statutory, salaried or self-employed. They perform their duties unsupervised, indoors and during daytime hours. Eventually, they work under pressure, leading to a stressful situation.

What does it take to work in the field of Lawyers

The exercise of these occupations requires complete higher education and the examination by the OAB of the civil domicile status of the bachelor of law.

Functions and activities of Lawyer (abuse of economic power)

Lawyers must:

  • apply in court;
  • define the legal nature of the issue;
  • analyze the stakeholder's request;
  • provide extrajudicial legal advice;
  • analyze the interested party's request;
  • manage assets and rights;
  • exercise business law;
  • analyze stakeholder request;
  • postulate in court;
  • perform legal audits;
  • providing legal advice extrajudicially;
  • exercer advocacia empresarial;
  • postulate in court;
  • exercer business law;
  • postitute in court;
  • define the legal nature of the question;
  • postitute in court;
  • provide legal advice extrajudicially;
  • exercer business advocacy;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • analyze the request of the interested party;
  • post in court;

  • Activities

    • propose actions;
    • advise international negotiations;
    • choose the strategy of action;
    • interview people involved in the audited area;
    • inform the customer about the progress of services;
    • formalize technical-legal opinion;
    • join international expert committees;
    • act in the jury;
    • represent against individuals and authorities;
    • monitor investment projects under legal aspects;
    • carry out due diligence;
    • meet legal deadlines;
    • instruct the party;
    • protect industrial property;
    • assist companies, persons and entities;
    • conduct common criminal hearings;
    • listen to the interested party;
    • monitor third-party cases for client interest;
    • use the work of technical assistants;
    • arbitrate interests of the parties;
    • monitor the performance of corporate acts;
    • identify problems;
    • demonstrate creativity;
    • maintain emotional control;
    • receive and give discharge;
    • promote meetings;
    • integrating national expert committees;
    • firm agreements;
    • analyze, facts, reports and documents;
    • issue information on legal rules;
    • participate in collective bargaining;
    • exchange professional experiences;
    • provide lectures;
    • manage your own office;
    • show negotiation skills;
    • demonstrate interpretive ability;
    • demonstrate tolerance;
    • contribute to the drafting of bills;
    • evaluate the possibility of accepting the services;
    • ensure the maintenance and integrity of customer assets;
    • manage customer portfolio;
    • expose to the interested party the possibilities of success;
    • request measures with the magistrate or public prosecutor;
    • demonstrate active listening skills;
    • inform the client about the progress of services;
    • monitor results;
    • demonstrate persistence;
    • implement legal solutions;
    • gather basic documentation;
    • intervene in the course of the process;
    • develop positive interpersonal relationships;
    • evaluate rules and procedures internal to the company;
    • monitor cases of third parties for client's interest;
    • check the existence of conflicts of interest;
    • control work of professionals and subcontracted offices;
    • obtain authorization from the customer;
    • show synthesis capacity;
    • advise national negotiations;
    • dispute actions;
    • hold labor hearings;
    • elaborate business contracts;
    • obtain customer authorization;
    • show critical thinking;
    • show logical reasoning;
    • mediate matters;
    • research the legal possibility of the case;
    • support a question orally;
    • request measures from the magistrate or public prosecutor;
    • meet contractual deadlines;
    • follow up third-party cases for client interest;
    • develop body expression;
    • prepare documents arising from corporate acts;
    • collect information relevant to the issue;
    • point out risks and solutions;
    • form a team of professionals;
    • show verbal eloquence;
    • appeal of decisions;
    • demonstrate convincing ability;
    • follow contractual deadlines;
    • follow up third-party cases in the interest of the client;
    • monitor third-party cases in the interest of the client;
    • firm agreements;
    • act promptly;
    • act ethically;
    • provide expert services;
    • evaluate documentary and oral evidence;
    • prepare reports;
    • show a sense of humor;
    • define the scope of the audit;
    • analyze business models;
    • advise board decisions;
    • carry out administrative hearings;
    • choose the action strategy;
    • analyze legislation for updating and implementation;
    • update yourself;
    • show urbanity in personal dealings;
    • follow legal deadlines;
    • master written expression;
    • implement legal solutions;
    • show patience;
    • gather basic documentation;
    • agree the rules for the provision of services;
    • interpret the legal norm;
    • express to the interested party the acceptance and refusal of the services;
    • conduct civil hearings;

    Sectors that hire Lawyer (abuse of economic power) the most in the job market

    • attorney services
    • data processing, application service providers and internet hosting services
    • electric power generation
    • engineering services
    • electric power transmission
    • sugar cane cultivation
    • intermediation activities and agency services and business in general
    • life insurance
    • billing activities and registration information
    • combined office and administrative support services

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