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Steve Gomes

Property transactions
Construction law disputes
Spatial planning
Building regulations
Drafting contracts
Litigation in contract law
Litigation in commercial law
Corporate restructuring
Contract law
Company law

+41 21 711 71 00


Steve Gomes is attorney-at-law. He practices in French, German, English and Portuguese. He performed his mandatory legal training within a law firm in Geneva where he worked as an associate lawyer after he passed the Bar exam. He also completed a traineeship within the White-Collar crime division of the Attorney General’s Office of Switzerland.


His areas of expertise are commercial lawcontract lawjudicial law, as well as private construction and real estate law. He practices before courts in the French speaking part of Switzerland.

Qualifications, training and professional experience

From the 01.09.2019
Attorney-at-law, Wilhelm Gilliéron Avocats, Lausanne
2017 - 2019
Attorney-at-law, Briner & Brunisholz, Geneva
Bar exam, Geneva
2015 - 2017
Trainee attorney-at-law, Briner & Brunisholz, Geneva
Legal trainee, White-Collar Crime division of the Attorney General’s Office of Switzerland, Berne
Bilingual Master of Law, University of Fribourg Law School, Switzerland
Academic exchange (exchange program), Center for transnational legal studies (CTLS), Georgetown Law and King’s College, London
« Bilingue plus » Certificate, Faculty of Arts, University of Fribourg
Bilingual Bachelor of Law, University of Fribourg Law School, Switzerland
Academic exchange (summer school), University of Alabama School of Law, Tuscaloosa (USA)


English, French, German, Portuguese


Fédération suisse des avocats (FSA), Jeune barreau vaudois (JBVD), Ordre des avocats vaudois (OAV)
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