Bruno Fagali has made his name in the Brazilian law industry. He is one of the most respected authorities on administrative law, and he specializes in regulatory law, bidding law, urban law, anti-corruption, electoral law, compliance and advisory law. Bruno Fagali graduated with a law degree from the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo in 2009. In 2015, Fagali joined the University of Sao Paulo where he graduated with a master’s degree in state law.
Bruno Fagali will sink in history as the first attorney to develop a Code of Conduct policy for an advertising agency that complies with the national legislation and anti-corruption law. Owing to his experience and knowledge, Fagali has successfully represented various great people in high profile court cases.
Bruno Fagali began his career in 2006 when he served as an intern in different institutions. He also worked for several agencies such as Radi, Associados Advocacia, and Calil before establishing his firm. Today Bruno Fagali owns a law firm, Fagali law firm, serves as a member of the Society of Compliance and Ethics and also serves as the effective associate of the Brazilian Institute of Law and Corporate Ethics.
Fagali also serves as the corporate integrity manager of the new/sb, an advertising agency specializing in public interest communication At new/sb, he is responsible for applying compliance policies within the organization. Speaking in an interview with Media and Message, Bob Vieira, the founder of new/sb praised Fagali for his role at the company. As a matter of fact, the new/sb boss a good practice system that guarantees justice while avoiding corruption has been established under Bruno Fagali’s regime at the company.
For the last couple of years, Bruno Fagali has built his name as one of the fearless attorneys fighting corruption. When corruption in the public sector became very pronounced, he initiated several actions to clean up the system and end embezzlement of public funds. Through the effort of Bruno Fagali, many organizations getting government tenders have put in place measures to ensure transparency.