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Yanick Corminboeuf

Attorney-at-Law
Litigation in contract law
Litigation in commercial law
Corporate restructuring
Contract law
Company law

+41 21 711 71 00

About

Yanick Corminboeuf is a Swiss qualified attorney-at-law who also holds an LL.M. (Master of Laws) degree from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law. His areas of practice are corporate lawcontracts law and data protection. He practices before courts in the French speaking part of Switzerland, but also assists clients with their matters before the authorities in the German speaking part of Switzerland.

Qualifications, training and professional experience

From the 16.01.2023
Attorney-at-law, Wilhelm Gilliéron Avocats, Lausanne
2022
LL.M. (Master of Laws), University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law, USA
2019-2021
Legal Counsel, Swissquote Bank Ltd, Gland (VD)
2012
Bilingual Bachelor of Law, University of Fribourg, Switzerland (magna cum laude)
November 2018
Bar exam, Fribourg
2017
Junior Associate, Etude Jacques Piller, Fribourg
2016
Junior Associate, Pestalozzi Attorneys-at-Law, Zurich
2015
Master of Law, University of Fribourg, Switzerland (in German, magna cum laude)
2015
Law Clerk at District Court of la Gruyère, Bulle (FR)
2013
Academic exchange (exchange program), Center for Transnational Legal Studies (CTLS), Georgetown University Law Center, London (UK)
2012
« Bilingue plus » Certificate, Faculty of Arts, University of Fribourg, Switzerland

Languages

English, French, German
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