Luigi Ferrari Bravo
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. He took on a professorship at the University of Bari before returning to Naples, eventually becoming Dean of the Department of Political Science.
Eisenhower Fellowships selected Luigi Ferrari Bravo in 1969 to represent Italy.
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