In: Yearbook of Private International Law, Volume 21 (2019/2020) , pp. 175-196, October 2020
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Noémie Raetzo joined LALIVE in 2017. Her practice focuses on domestic and cross border litigation, with particular emphasis on financial matters, asset recovery, white collar crime and judicial assistance in administrative, civil and criminal matters.
Prior to joining LALIVE, Noémie Raetzo trained with the Geneva Court of First Instance and with Fontanet & Associés. She took the Bar in 2016, ranking first of her class.
Noémie Raetzo is a member of the Civil law Commission of the Geneva Bar Association and a member of the International Association of Young Lawyers. She also is a member of the specialized forum on dispute resolution set up by the Geneva Bar Association in 2017.
Noémie Raetzo graduated in 2014 from the University of Geneva with a Master in Law and a Certificate in Transnational Law. She spent a year studying at the University of Zurich and also participated in the Asia-America Institute in Transnational law organized by Duke University.
Chronique de jurisprudence suisse – Loi fédérale sur le droit international privé (LDIP) (2011-2019) (2e partie)Jean-Paul Vulliéty, Joséphine Auberjonois, Caroline Dos Santos, Grégoire Geissbühler, Benoît Arthur Mauron, Roxane Pedrazzini, Noémie Raetzo, Simine Sheybani, Sébastien Zulian, Hannes Meyle, 2020
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