The Life Of A Law Enthusiast Bruno Fagali

Bruno Fagali is a Brazilian who is a lawyer by profession. He holds a bachelors degree in administrative law from the Pontifical Cat5holic University of San Paulo where he graduated in 2009. He furthered his education at the University of Sao Paulo where he obtained a masters degree.

Fagali can speak both Spanish and English without a hitch. This gives him an advantage of being able to serve a wide range of clients. He represents them with so much professionalism that no other lawyer can beat him in this.

Bruno operates from Brazil. His clients enjoy his advice on legal issues that arise in the country. He also takes in cases from all over the country thus he’s able to reach as many clients as he can.

Since he joined the law system, Bruno has specialized in administrative law, urban law, ethics, compliance and regulatory law. He also contributes largely to projects that involve procurement.

Bruno’s integrity on the legal system has enabled him to help fight corruption in Brazil. Being an anti-corruption advocate, he has contributed in coming up with ways in which companies can operate in transparency. This way, corruption in Brazil has reduced significantly.

After completing his masters, he worked with Radi Calil Associados Advocacia. Brazilian Institute of Law and Corporate Ethics has Bruno as its associate. He is also a member of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics. Other law firms that he worked with include Ramirez, Perez, Tojal law firm among others.

He partnered with Nova/sb, an ad agency where he helped out in matters involving the integrity of the corporates. He enhanced equality of the employees in the company, which led to a higher ranking of this agency in Brazil.

Bruno Fagali formed the FAGALI Advocacy in 2014. He kept in mind the clients who needed the way forward on matters concerning elections, corruption, compliance and the public law. The advocacy has a team of highly experienced legal persons and associates who guide the clients through the path of justice. Bruno could not find any better way to give back to the community other than giving them the best services in legal matters.

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AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS – AN ORGANIZATION OF ARCHITECTURE PROFESSIONALS

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is a professional organization with its headquarters in Washington, D.C. and is for all architects in the United States. A group of thirteen architects founded the organization in 1857 in New York City. It was first named the New York Society of Architects then later changed to its current name. The AIA’s mission includes:

  1. Providing a centralized organization to represent the architectural profession and promoting good relationships, connections and camaraderie with other architects.
  2. Promoting artistic, scientific and practical trade of all members.
  3. Raising the standard of the architectural profession.
  4. Bringing all together to advance the art of being an architect.

In the 1880’s eleven chapters in other cities joined and AIA continued to grow. The headquarters in Washington, D.C. was completed in 1973, and by 2008, there were more than three hundred chapters. AIA now has ninety thousand licensed architects and professionals as members in five different levels of memberships. Students aren’t allowed to become members of the AIA, but they can become members of the American Institute of Architecture Students in various local and state chapters. Visit:http://conferenceonarchitecture.com/

Robert Ivy served on the Board of Directors at AIA in the 90’s then became CEO and Executive Vice President in 2011. He attended two universities, Tulane University and University of the South and received a Master of Architecture Degree and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English. Robert Ivy is known as being “warm, soft-spoken and wise”. He is passionate about the design segment of the industry, but wants the architect members of AIA to start thinking “outside the box”. He wants them to become more versatile by becoming involved in other areas such as public health and natural disasters. Robert Ivy would like to see buildings that are designed to encourage exercise by having access to stairs only, use building materials that are not harmful to one’s health, and he encourages involvement in social and political issues, as well. Robert Ivy is a member of many organizations, has written architectural journals and has been the recipient of many awards.

The AIA has recognized and honored many high achievers in the architectural profession. They hope to continue their outstanding outreach to all member architects by meeting their needs and interests with the continuing tradition of excellence they have been known to achieve. Read this article at ZDNET about Robert Ivy.