First of all, some data.
Brazil has, nowadays, around 750,000 lawyers working actively; in addition, 60'000 new lawyers passing the OAB exam every year.
The gigantic number of law schools is a phenomenon that was due to the wide increase of "concursos" in Brazil which is not a reality any-more.
Brazilian companies, for the past 20 years, have been sold to foreign investors; thus, the director that once spoke Portuguese, now, he does not.
After pondering a little about the data presented I have come up with a simple understanding:
"If a lawyer spoke fluent English he could not only be on the top of the ladder but he would also be set within the few professionals that can directly relate with the investors."
Stop losing time and focus.
It is time to learn LEGAL ENGLISH!