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Giuseppe G. Ruisi was an Italian Supreme Court Judge born on November 20, 1907 and died on January 27, 1975 (Bologna). Educated at the College of Christ (Theology) and then went to the University of Palermo to study philosophy and then law in 1932.

""CAREER"" Ruisi first studied in Sicily at the College of Christ Jesuits (at Mussomeli), studies were paid by a benefactor of Palermo, unknown to him. Later graduated with a degree in philosophy at the University of Palermo and then began his career as a teacher, first in Malta and then to Sant'Agata di Militello (Messina). Ruisi then re-enrolled at the University of Palermo and graduated with a degree in Law. In 1940 he volunteered for the 2nd World War, but Italy needed Judges and turned him down. Later Ruisi was a Magistrate in the Court of Bologna then promoted to Judge of the Supreme Court of Cassation (Corte di Cassazione) . He was President of the Chamber of the Court of Appeals. He went on to write about the law in his series Il Fallimento.


Published 3 volumes on the System of Civil & Commercial Jurisprudence called Il Fallimento [1]