Bruno Fagali: A Young Lawyer on the Quest to become the Best in Brazil


     The legal space is a competitive industry in any country, most especially in Brazil. As South America’s largest economy, there an insatiable demand for quality lawyers to guide the country through the various stages of its growth. One lawyer that has particularly excelled above the large pool of Brazilian lawyers is Bruno Fagali. The multifaceted is the founder of FAGALI Advocacy greatly revered for having a firm understanding of administrative and corporate law.

Bruno Fagali received his law degree at the internationally acclaimed Pontiace Catholic University in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Since then, he has gone on to complete various academic courses at reputable institutions in a bid to better himself as a lawyer. Some of these institutions include the Getulio Vargas Foundation, the Institute of Administrative Law Paulista and the Brazilian Society of Public Law. Additionally, in early 2017 Bruno Fagali graduated with a Master’s degree in Law of the State, Administrative and Anti-Corruption Law from the University of Sao Paulo.

After getting his undergraduate law degree, Bruno Fagali first worked at a number of law firms in the country. He first briefly worked as an intern at Tojal, Texeira, Ferreira, Serrano and Renault Associate Lawyers. He then went on to mark at Radi, Calil and Associados Advocacia before taking a brief break on academic grounds. He then moved on to work as the Corporate Integrity Manager for Nova/sb where he was tasked with developing a compliant Corporate Integrity Program for the advertising company. After almost two years at the organization, Bruno Fagali left to form his own firm, FAGALI Advocacy.

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