An Overview of Bruno Fagali’s Profession as a Lawyer

     Bruno Fagali is a Brazilian lawyer who specialises in Compliance, Anti-Corruption Law, Public Law and Electoral Law. He is a participant of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics. His work mainly focuses on administrative law, specifically public administration. Bruno Faggali completed his law studies at the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paolo. He has received a Masters in Law at the University of Sao Paolo where he specialised in Administrative law.

Bruno Fagali has extensive knowledge and skills in the department of Applied Social Science including, He has undergone various training programs in different institutes including ethics and law topics. Bruno has worked at New/sb where he serves as an integrity manager until today. At this advertising agency, he manages and evaluates the Corporate Integrity Program. Bruno Fagali was also an associate at the Ethics Committee and a coordinator at the Brazilian Institute of Business.

Bruno Fagali has actively participated in various events including the Brazilian Congress of Government procurement in 2008 and the 3rd Sector in the Health Area of 2009. In 2010 he participated in the Brazilian Forum on Regulatory Agency. One year ago he attended the Leniency and Co-operate Agreement. He has additionally worked with several law firms including Office Model Dom Paolo Evaristo Arns, Manesco, Ramires, Meres, Peres, Azevedo Margues Law Firm, and Tojal, Teixeira Fereira, Serrano & Renault Advogados Associados, and the Radi, Calil & Associados Advocacia. He later opened his firm, Fagali law firm in 2015 where he works up to date. His firm has its headquarters in Bela Vista in Sao Paolo.

His work, Pro Ethics, has received recognition from the Ministry of Transparency, Inspection& Comptroller General of the Union and the Ethos Institute in 2016. Bruno Fagali also deals with both litigation and advisory in Public Law handling cases involving administrative misconduct, expropriation, public service, administrative issues, biddings and the third sector.

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