Luciana Lossio is a successful attorney and a Minister Equestrian Champion. She graduated from the University of Brasilia when he passed the Bar in 1999. 1999 was also the same year that Brazil established its own Bar Association. Lossio’s specialty is Electoral Law and she is currently serving as the Minister of the Superior Electoral Court and is a member of the Brazilian Institute of Electoral Law (IBRADE) . In addition, Lossio has a total of three graduate degrees in Law, Civil Procedure and Legal Order and Prosecution.
In her career as an attorney, Lossio has included executive senior members and governors as her clientele. She has also the first woman to earn a seat as the TSE (Superior Electoral Court) Minister. She is also the first female attorney elected as Substitute Minister of Superior Electoral Court in 2011. She served alongside the Attorney General, along with two other prosecutors for seven years. During that time, she advised on important processes with the TSE.
In her spare time, she can usually be seen pursuing her hobby of equestrianism, for which she has had a passion since the age of six. Aside from winning the Minister Equestrian championship, she has also won the title of Brazilian Champion Amateur Jump through the Society of Hipica Brasilia. This is a very significant statement of her talent as an equestrian because she won the title atop a total of 40 other riders and clearing the route very cleanly with 1.20 meter jumps.
Lossio appears to have a very bright future ahead of her. It has even been said that she could be a key in strengthening the Brazilian Law Institutions. When she was sworn into the TSE, her colleagues predicted that she would have just the strength to combat longtime abuses in the voter harvests. When she was elected into the TSE in 2011, she presented oral arguments on behalf of the governor at the time and two governor affiliates.
Since she appears to still have a lengthy future ahead of her, who knows what she will do next?