Luigi Ferrari Bravo

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Luigi Ferrari Bravo (born 5 August 1933) is an Italian professor and legal expert who served as judge for the International Court of Justice in the 1990s.

Biography[edit]

Born in Naples in 1933, Ferrari Bravo graduated in Law from the University of Naples in 1956, subsequently taking a post there as assistant professor of international law.[1] He took on a professorship at the University of Bari before returning to Naples, eventually becoming Dean of the Department of Political Science.[1] He moved on to become professor of International Law at the University of Rome in the mid-1970s and served as legal adviser to the Minister for Foreign Affairs in Italy.[2][3] He served as a judge on the International Court of Justice from 1995 to 1997.[4] Eisenhower Fellowships selected Luigi Ferrari Bravo in 1969 to represent Italy.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Curricula vitae of candidates nominated by national groups", United Nations, retrieved 2011-07-30
  2. ^ La Pergola, Antonio (1994) The Relationship between International and Domestic Law: Proceedings of the Unidem Seminar Organised in Warsaw on 19 to 21 May 1993, ISBN 978-92-871-2437-1, p. 79
  3. ^ Molinaro, Enrico (2009) Holy Places of Jerusalem in Middle East Peace Agreements: The Conflict Between Global and State Identities, Sussex Academic Press, ISBN 978-1-84519-404-8, p. 202
  4. ^ "51/308. Election of five members of the International Court of Justice", United Nations General Assembly, 1996, retrieved 2011-07-30
Preceded by
Roberto Ago
Judge of International Court of Justice
1995-1997
Succeeded by
Pieter Kooijmans