Bruno Jorge Fagali Amazing Contributions to the Brazilian law

     Bruno Jorge Fagali is a rising star in the legal fraternity in Brazil. He serves as a lawyer and corporate integrity manager in Sao Paulo. Jorge Fagali is the founder of FAGALI Advocacy, a law firm in Brazil. This company handles cases involving anti-corruption and public law. It also deals with civil liability processes, expropriation, improbity actions, and administrative actions. Jorge Fagali is experienced in administrative, compliance, ethics, urban, bidding, and regulatory law.

About Bruno Jorge Fagali

Jorge Fagali pursued degree courses at the Pontifical Catholic University and the University of Sao Paulo. He began his scholarly journey at the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo where he studied a degree in law and later majored in administrative law. He then graduated with a master’s degree in state law. Since the start of his career, Jorge Fagali has strived to bring in new dimensions to the legal system. These contributions have resulted in the adoption of certain philosophies that are currently used by various attorneys.

Jorge Fagali also works with the Nova/sb, one of the fastest growing marketing firm that works with clients, such as international organizations and governments. Some of the international organization that Jorge Fagali works for include the International Labor Organization and the World Health Organization. He has been involved in various matters pertaining ethics and compliance. He recently helped set up and trained an ethics review committee. In his early years, Jorge Fagali worked as an intern at several law firms. He handled cases involving consumer law, advisory law contract, and domestic violence. He has also worked for Calil, Radi, and Associados advocacy. He is a member of various boards and associations in Brazil, such as Corporate Ethics, Effective Associate of Brazilian Institute of Law, and the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics. Jorge Fagali speaks four languages, including Spanish, Portuguese, English, and French.

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