Jacques de Werra is a full professor specializing in the law of obligations (with a focus on contract law) and intellectual property law at the University of Geneva’s Faculty of Law and is Director of the Digital Law Center
Célian Hirsch is an attorney-at-law and PhD Candidate. He currently works as a teaching and researching assistant at the Centre for Banking and Financial Law at the University of Geneva.
Dr. Aurélien Witzig is a Lecturer at the Universities of Geneva and Neuchâtel. He specializes in the law of obligations.
Dr. Tanja Schmidt is an attorney-at-law specializing in domestic and international commercial litigation, and in particular financial and banking disputes.
Michel José Reymond
Dr. Michel José Reymond is a lawyer at the firm Byrne-Sutton Bollen Kern. He specializes in international commercial law, covering both non-litigious matters and litigation before Swiss courts and arbitral tribunals
Dr. Grégoire Geissbühler is a Lecturer in Methodology, Drafting and Legal Argumentation at the University of Lausanne, a member of the swissuniversities Reviewers’ Pool for the Open Science Program.
Dr. Marie Jenny is a Swiss qualified Attorney-at-Law specializing in corporate law, public and private M&A, capital markets, corporate governance, and works as Legal Counsel at the Swiss Takeover Board.
Dr. Eva Cellina is a Swiss qualified attorney-at-law specializing in contractual law, data privacy, and intellectual property
Dr. Kaveh Mirfakhraei is a Swiss qualified attorney-at-law specializing in contract law and criminal law. He obtained a PhD from the University of Geneva in 2013 with a thesis on contract law.
Federico Trabaldo Togna
Federico Trabaldo Togna is a Swiss qualified attorney-at-law specializing in corporate and M&A, and in particular in venture capital financings. He currently carries out an LL.M. at the University of California, Berkeley.
Malak El Addal
Malak El Addal is a PhD Candidate at the University of Geneva’s Faculty of Law, where she currently works as a research and teaching assistant.
Nicolas Rouvinez is a PhD Candidate at the University of Geneva’s Faculty of Law, where he currently works as a research and teaching assistant.