Bruno Fagali is an established attorney with a unique tone to his message. His emphasis is on social equality and justice for the system. Corruption and biases are not ideas he tolerates. The focal point of his work is to bring clean business to the law.
Fagali’s education is quite extensive, ranging from multiple colleges to state universities. In 1997, Fagali attended “Canadian International College,” where he learned the english language. To further expand his skills, he studied at “Mohawk College.” Through 2004 to 2008, he pursued a ‘Bachelor of Law’ at the University of São Paulo. During 2008 and 2009, Bruno studied electoral law and parliamentary law at SBDP (Brazilian Society of Public Law.) From 2010 to 2012 he concluded his studies, holding a Masters in Law of State from São Paulo.
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Bruno has an abundance of knowledge about the nitty-gritty of law, but that is not all that builds a great attorney. You need to have charisma and stand for something absolute. Fagali firmly believes in social equality and repels corruption of any sort. These deep-seated morals have subsequently earned him a place upon SCCE (Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics.)
With Bruno’s high tendency to be a leader, he inaugurated his own firm, “Fagali Advocacia.” In addition to his own firm, he fulfills the position of corporate integrity manager for Nova/SB. Nova/SB is a marketing company catering groups such as the International Labour Organization and the World Health Organization. The law firms he has been linked to in the past include Manesco, Ramires, Perez, Azevedo Marques Law Firm, Tojal, Teixeira Ferreira, Serrano & Renault Advogados Associados, and Radi, Calil and Associados advocacia.
A key skill Fagali has obtained in his lifetime is his ability to speak multiple languages. They include English, French, Portuguese and Spanish. Bruno has made a name that resonates positively with his peers and the public. There is no telling when Fagali will stop searching for justice in this system but as his track record proves, it won’t be any time soon.