Making it as a lawyer is difficult in any country. In addition to the years of hard work that is required to become a lawyer, there are numerous temptations along the way that could compromise one’s ethical standing as a lawyer. As such, today, lawyers of integrity are quite rare. In Brazil, Bruno Fagali is one of those few. Over the course of his legal career, Mr. Fagali has created a fashioned a reputation for himself for upholding integrity and his ethical responsibilities. He is also quite versatile, displaying a comprehensive understanding of corporate law and administrative law.
Bruno Fagali developed a passion for the law at quite an early age. As such, when the time came to commence his undergraduate education, he chose to pursue a law degree from famed Sao Paulo institution, the Pontiace Catholic University. After a few years of practicing as a lawyer, he would go back to school to complete a Master’s degree in Law of the State, Administrative and Anti-Corruption Law from the University of Sao Paulo. In between his two degrees he also participated in numerous certificate course aimed at sharpening his understanding of various facets of law. These certificate courses were offered by institutions such as the Institute of Administrative Law Paulista and the Brazilian Society of Public Law.
Following his strong academic background, Bruno Fagali has gone on to have quite the accomplished professional career. He first started out as an intern at Tojal, Texeira, Ferreira, Serrano and Renault Associates before moving on to Radi, Calil and Associados Advocacia. His brief spell at these two law firms provided him with the business acumen and industry knowledge he needed to become the Corporate Integrity Manager at Nova/sb. Soon after, Mr. Fagali realized that he craved greater satisfaction and thus decided to venture out on his own by forming Fagali Advocacy. Today, Fagali Advocacy is among the fastest rising law firms in Brazil.
In his free time, Bruno Fagali enjoys traveling. His love for traveling is not just targeted at sightseeing but rather also interacting with people from different cultures. It is no surprise, therefore, that the man can speak English, Spanish and French, in addition to his native Portuguese.
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