Bruno Fagali is a popular law figure in Brazil. He is the founder of Fagali Advocacy which has its offices in Sao Paulo. Bruno Fagali practices urban law, ethics, compliance law, electoral law, regulatory law and administrative law. For the period that Bruno Fagali has been practicing law, he has gained a lot of experience that puts him ahead of other lawyers in the country.
Since 2006, Bruno Fagali has worked in various firms that helped him run to jump the ropes as far as law practice is concerned. Apart from owning Fagali Advocacy, he is the head of Corporate Integrity at Nova/SB.
Bruno Fagali studied law degree at the Pontifical University. He then proceeded to do his master’s degree at the University of Sao Paulo. This goes to show that Bruno Fagali is well-endowed in terms of law studies. He has passed through all the standards set by the Brazilian Bar Association for him to get to this point.
Bruno started practicing law as an intern at Office Model Dom Paulo Evaristo Arns. He later switched to other law firms so that he could have a taste of different experiences as he laid the basis for starting his own law firm.
Bruno Fagali holds various positions of influence in the Brazilian legal spheres. He is an associate and coordinator of the “Brazilian Institute of Business Law and Ethics.”. Bruno acts as the coordinator of advertising agencies commission. So that he can carry out this responsibility with the diligence it deserves, Bruno went back to school and studied advertising and marketing, parliamentary law, compliance law, and electoral law.
Bruno Fagali is conversant with a number of languages used in Brazil. He knows English, Spanish, French and Italian. This means that he is at ease representing clients from these language groups. Bruno also owns a website through which he writes about Brazilian legal system and the various categories of law practiced in Brazil.
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