Bruno Fagali is a respected attorney with public appeal and new ideas for Brazilian law. His knowledge includes compliance, ethics, as well as both urban and regulatory law. The system of law is notorious for often becoming corrupt by lobbyists and biases. With Fagali’s approach to practicing law, he leaves no room for corrupt principals.
Fagali has attended many colleges and universities in order to manifest his abundance of skills. Back in 1997, Fagali attended “Canadian International College,” where he studied the english language. Directly proceeding this, Fagali further improved his English skills at “Mohawk College.” From 2004 to 2008, he pursued a ‘Bachelor of Law’ at the University of São Paulo. Also in 2008, Fagali studied electoral law at SBDP (Brazilian Society of Public Law.) While Bruno was still at SBDP in 2009, he then studied Parliamentary Law. Finally during 2010 to 2012, he acquired his Masters in Law of State at the University of São Paulo.
Bruno has extensive education in his field but that is not all he brings to the table. He has principals and morals that are somewhat hard to find demonstrated amongst today’s current lawyers. He believes in a clean system and social equality. As an outcome of these strong beliefs, he has earned his place at the SCCE (Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics.)
Bruno has founded his own firm, “Fagali Advocacia.” He also serves as a corporate integrity manager for Nova/SB. Nova/SB is a marketing company specializing with promotion campaigns for groups such as the International Labour Organization and the World Health Organization. The law firms Fagali has worked with in the past include Manesco, Ramires, Perez, Azevedo Marques Law Firm, Tojal, Teixeira Ferreira, Serrano & Renault Advogados Associados, and Radi, Calil and Associados advocacia.
Fagali can communicate in four languages. They include Spanish, French, English and Portuguese. Bruno Fagali is a key player in the future of Brazilian law. He takes a stance that very few are willing take and he doesn’t appear to be backing down.
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