Bruno Jorge Fagali is a co-founder of Fagali advocacy. Bruno attended the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo in between 2004-2009, where he attained his degree in law. He then went on to pursue a Masters degree specializing in Administrative Law by FGV-Gvlaw at the University of Sao Paulo –Cogeae between 2010-2012. The title of his paper was the Professional Councils and the OAB: its different legal systems from the standpoint of the STF Advisor.
He was awarded the professional certificate by the Brazilian Council of Health Executives. Bruno Fagali is currently a Brazilian attorney specializing in ethics, regulatory law, administrative law and municipal law. Bruno is multilingual and can communicate in many languages. He can talk in English, Spanish, Italian, French.
He began his career working for Office Model Dom Paulo Evaristo Arns in 2006. He worked under employment laws, functional placement. He also worked with the civil procedural law involving matters of civil law, family law, consumer law and issues of domestic abuse. In 2007, he joined Manesco, Ramires, Perez, Azevedo Marques Law firm. Here he majored in public advisory law emphasizing majorly on bidding and regulatory law. Bruno Fagali then moved up to Tojal, Teixeira Ferreira, Serrano & Renault Advogados Associate law firm where he provided clients with services that involve the administrative process.
Bruno Jorge Fagali worked at Radi, Calil and Associados advocacy between 2012-2014. His role at the firm included matters of administrative contracts, biddings, public legal advisory and notably federal procedural law. He worked his way up and launched his law firm known as Fagali law firm. The firm is located at Avenue Paulista. It is aimed at development, implementation, and management of compliance systems and Public Law. He is still pursuing his Masters in administrative law at the University of Sao Paulo.
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