Alberto Jorio – former co-founder of Studio Fubini-Jorio-Cavalli – is a partner of Studio Benessia – Jorio.
He is Professor of Commercial Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Turin, having previously taught private law, commercial law and bankruptcy law at the University of Modena and bankruptcy law at the Universities of Parma and Turin.
He is the author of monographs and other publications on commercial and insolvency law.
He has been a member of commissions set up by the Ministry of Justice for the reform of bankruptcy procedures.
He is co-director of the magazine Giurisprudenza commerciale.
His scientific studies and long professional activity have made him a particular expert in the corporate and bankruptcy disciplines. By virtue of his scientific and professional knowledge, he was appointed Liquidator Commissioner of trust and estate companies by the Ministry of Productive Activities. He is currently, by appointment of the Bank of Italy, liquidator of the compulsory administrative liquidation procedure of Sicilcassa, and by appointment of the Ministry of Economic Development liquidator of financial companies.
He works in the fields of civil and commercial law, with special reference to corporate and insolvency law. He is an expert in arbitration procedures, both as an arbitrator and as a defender, and has a long experience in judicial and extrajudicial fields.
He has been on the Turin Bar since 09/09/1965 and on the special roll of lawyers admitted to legal aid before the Court of Cassation and other higher Courts since 04/07/1981.
He speaks Italian, French and English.