Awards & Recognitions

WWL Arbitration 2022 once again ranks Schellenberg Wittmer as a global top firm


Schellenberg Wittmer has been recognized once again by Who's Who Legal (WWL) Arbitration 2022 as a leading global arbitration firm.

Schellenberg Wittmer is one of only two Swiss firms listed in the forefront analysis of the global top 20 firms, with 15 lawyers ranked across the Arbitration and Future Leaders lists, between Switzerland and Singapore.

For the third year in a row, Vice-Chair of the practice Christopher Boog has been ranked as a Global Elite Thought Leader, a list recognizing a small number of practitioners "at the peak of the profession". Partners Anya George and Anna Kozmenko are recognized as "Most Highly Regarded" lawyers in the EMEA section of the Future Leaders Partner analysis. Counsel Sebastiano Nessi and Senior Associates Benjamin Gottlieb and Annabelle Möckesch are ranked as "Most Highly Regarded" Future Leaders in the Non-Partner section of WWL's analysis.

Partners Philippe BärtschChristopher BoogElliott GeisingerPhilipp GrozStefan Leimgruber,Julie Raneda and Counsel Anne-Carole Cremades are recommended in WWL Arbitration 2022, while partners Anya George and Anna Kozmenko are listed in the partner section of Future Leaders. Sebastiano NessiKatherine BellBenjamin GottliebLuka Groselj, Annabelle Möckesch and Elena Trabaldo-de Mestral are all listed as Future Leaders in the Non-Partner section.


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