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Schellenberg Wittmer: Recognized Again as Global Top Firm in WWL Arbitration 2019


Schellenberg Wittmer has been recognized again by Who's Who Legal (WWL) Arbitration 2019 as a leading arbitration firm worldwide. Schellenberg Wittmer is one of only three Swiss firms listed, with a record number of 15 lawyers ranked in total, between Switzerland and Singapore.

WWL Arbitration 2019 aims at recognizing individual leading lawyers in each jurisdiction. Schellenberg Wittmer is listed as a leading firm overall as a firm with the highest amount of recognition, recommendations and nominations.

WWL Arbitration 2019  is comprised of two lists – one for leading arbitration practitioners (WWL Arbitration 2019) and another for pre-eminent lawyers (divided by partner and non-partner) aged 45 or under, whom the market considers to be the future leaders of the arbitration profession, (WWL Arbitration Future Leaders 2019).

Schellenberg Wittmer has been ranked 7th in the world as a firm with the most amount of recognized Future Leaders in arbitration.

As a leading International Arbitration firm worldwide, practice Chair Elliott Geisinger and Co-Chairs Christopher Boog and Philippe Bärtsch state this recognition to be "a sign of the strength and depth of the practice, which has just added three additional partners to the team".

Philippe Bärtsch, Christopher Boog, Elliott Geisinger, and Nathalie Voser are amongst those recognized in WWL Arbitration 2019, with Anya George, Philipp Groz, Anna Kozmenko, Julie Raneda, Stefan Leimgruber and Manuel Liatowitsch listed in the partner section of Future Leaders. Anne-Carole Cremades, Benjamin Gottlieb, Annabelle Möckesch, Sebastiano Nessi and Philip Wimalasena are additionally listed in the non-partner section of the Future Leaders section. Schellenberg Wittmer is described by WWL arbitration researchers as a "top firm," with "exceptional" lawyers.


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