Bruno Fagali As A Part Of Brazil’s New Generation Of Lawyers

Bruno Fagali has spent the last handful of years establishing a name for himself and growing his small law firm into a reputable establishment. He is a rising lawyer in Brazil, fresh into his career.

The Brazilian lawyer Bruno Fagali studied at a few institutions. From the Pontifical Catholic University based in Sao Paulo, he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Law in 2009. Next, Bruno Fagali moved on to obtain a specialization n Administrative Law from 2010 till 2012. Bruno Fagali then enrolled at the University of Sao Paulo to earn a Master’s degree in State Law in 2015 and graduated last year.

Additionally, Bruno Fagali took courses and did volunteer work and internships every year of his education. He amassed a great deal of knowledge and skills from is studies and practice at the Getulio Vargas Foundation and several other institutions.

Bruno Fagali took internships at the Office Model Dom of Pulo Evaristo Arns where he did civil procedural law, family law, and so on and after two more internships, he was employed as a lawyer at the Radi, Calil and Associate advocacy where he worked for a couple of years doing litigation and public law. In 2015, Bruno Fagali started working at the Nova/ SB as their Corporate Integrity Manager. Bruno Fagali designs, implements, and manages the compliance of the advertising agency.

In 2016, Bruno Fagali put a start to his business. He established the Fagali Advocacy which specializes in public law, anti-corruption law, compliance, election, and more. The Fagali Advocacy is still a small law firm, but it has been recognized as the new generation of law firms to be rising across Brazil. Bruno Fagali works with a few dozen other people.

Bruno Fagali is strongly involved with legal changes happening around the world. His company is also keen on discussing the news and answering questions regarding any changes. Bruno Fagali has written several articles published in the blog section of the Fagali Advocacy website as well as in a number of Brazilian publications.

Some of the latest discussions have been on the transparency law enforced for the marketing industry, requiring to state whenever there have been touchups made on the models.