Bruno Fagali practices at his law firm, Fagali Law. His office specializes in compliance and public law, anti-corruption, and election issues.
After earning a several Master’s from the University of Sao Paulo, he began his career as an intern at Office Model Dom Paulo Evaristo Arns. He started out helping the firm’s lawyers with civil procedural cases, usually involving domestic violence and family law. Within the next three years, he interned at two other major law firms.
The first was Manesco, Ramires, Perez, Azevedo Marques, Law Firm. The second was Tojal, Teixeira Ferreria, Serrano, and Renault Associate Lawyers. Even though these law firms had him handling public advisory law, he did manage to expose himself to some regulatory law, bidding, and administrative contracts knowledge.
In 2012, Bruno Fagali officially became a practicing lawyer. His first job was at Radi, Calil e Associados Law. He worked at the firm for two years and handled mostly administrative appeals and contracts. He also gained experience working with public civil action cases, as well as other Public Law cases.
For Bruno Fagali, fighting public civil action cases wasn’t enough. He wanted to become more involved in taking on corruption. After leaving Radi, Bruno Fagali took a position at Nova/sb as a Corporate Integrity Manager.