Judging by His Resume, Bruno Fagali is a Highly Knowledgeable Attorney

     Bruno Fagali is a Brazilian attorney renowned in the country and beyond. He is based in Sao Paulo. He is an extensively learned individual in the matters of law. He joined the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo in 2004, graduating with a Bachelor of Law four years later. He then did a course in Specialization in Administrative law at the same learning institution for two years between 2010 and 2012. Bruno Fagali graduated this year with a Master’s degree in Law of the State, Administrative, and Anti-Corruption Law. Bruno Fagali has done several short courses in law at various institutions. They include courses in compliance law, Specialization in Administrative law, and Delacao Premiada at Getulio Vargas Foundation. He also did a course in Compliance in the Pharmaceutical and Health industry at the Legal Ethics Compliance. He undertook a State Law Training Course, Challenges and Resources in bids, and Direito Parlamentar courses at the Institute of Administrative Law Paulista, RHS Bids, and the Brazilian Society of Public Law in that order.

Career Journey

At the start of his career, Bruno Fagali interned for three companies between 2006 and 2009. These companies are Office Model Dom Paulo Evaristo Arns in 2006, Manesco, Ramires, Perez, Azevedo Marques Law Firm in 2007, and Tojal, Teixeira, Ferreira, Serrano & Renault Associate Lawyers in 2008 and 2009. He dealt with civil procedural law and public advisory law. He started working as a lawyer in 2012 at Radi, Calil and Associates Advocates. He concentrated on public law and litigation. In December 2015, Bruno Fagali was appointed as the corporate Integrity Manager at New/sb, a renowned advertising agency. His mandate is to create the firm’s integrity program. He is also responsible for its implementation and management. In July last year, he founded a law firm, FAGALI Advocacy, where he serves as a lawyer. The firm concentrates on compliance law, public law, anti-corruption, and election law.

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