At Age Nineteen, Brazilian is the Youngest to Enter Harvard Master of Laws Program

The student from Brasília passed the UnB entrance exam at the age of fourteen. At eighteen, he earned OAB (Brazilian Bar Association) accreditation and became the youngest lawyer in the country.

By Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mateus de Lima Costa Ribeiro is 19 years old and a few days away from breaking a record: becoming the youngest student to attend the Harvard University Master of Law program, one of the most prestigious in the world.

He will soon move to the United States to begin another premature cycle of studies. This will not be Mateus' first record.

The student from Brasília passed the law entrance exam at the University of Brasília at the age of fourteen, when he had not yet started high school. At eighteen, he . . .

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