Bruno Fagali has always known he’d become a lawyer. For him, becoming a lawyer would enable him to offer a just service to his community. Bruno Fagali holds three Masters from the University of Sao Paulo. He has a Masters in State Law, Administrative Law, and Anticorruption. To date, he has handled some of Brazil’s biggest compliance cases.
Currently, Bruno Fagali runs his own firm, Fagali Law. His office specializes in compliance, public law, and anti-corruption. They sometimes handle election issues, if need be. His focus on anticorruption would inspire him in unimaginable ways later in life. It is inevitably what leads him to open his own practice.
After college, he got an internship at Office Model Dom Paulo Evaristo Arns. The firm gave him the chance to work mostly civil procedural law cases. Most of those cases involved domestic violence and family law. This knowledge would end up being invaluable at his next internships.
Within the next three years, he interned at two law firms: Manesco, Ramires, Perez, Azevedo Marques, Law Firm and Tojal, Teixeira Ferreira, Serrano, and Renault Associate Lawyers. He continued working mostly public advisory law, but he also gained experience working with regulatory law, bidding, and administrative contracts.
After becoming a lawyer in 2012, he got his first job at Radi, Calil e Associados Law. He worked there for two years before getting an opportunity to work at Nova/sb. There, he was a Corporate Integrity Manager and fought corruption.
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