What are your areas of speciality?
I don’t really have a specialization yet, but a wide range of legal skills and interests, which go for example from white-collar crime to labour law. I certainly earned by now a good understanding of the law and rules procedures that I’m particularly fond of.
What kind of matters do you enjoy the most?
I enjoy working on a large variety of cases, especially litigation matters, but if I have to choose, my dream case would probably involve technology law matters, finance and corporate trouble resolution.
Tell us about your academic and professional background.
I have a rather eclectic background. I collected all the secondary school's diplomas available in Geneva. Then, I undertook management studies and I have worked as a marketing coordinator in one of the largest luxury multinationals worldwide.
Then I turned around and enrolled myself in law school at the University of Geneva in 2015.
I probably had one of the fastest track records in becoming a lawyer in about five years and a half as I succeeded the Geneva’s Bar Exam in May 2021 at the first attempt.
How many languages do you speak?
I speak French and English and might get by in German.
What made you want to be a solicitor/lawyer?
For the core purpose of the profession which is to help others.
Business aside, what do you enjoy doing when you are not in the office?
I like playing the piano and tennis (but not at the same time). I also love playing video games.
What is your secret talent?
I like to tell stories. I am currently finishing writing my second heroic-fantasy novel (this is purely amateurish though).