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WWL Recognizes Schellenberg Wittmer as a Top Dispute Resolution Future Leaders Firm


As a leading Dispute Resolution Firm, Schellenberg Wittmer is proud to have a number of its lawyers listed as Future Leaders across Who's Who Legal's (WWL) Dispute Resolution (DR) practices arbitration, litigation and investigations in 2018.

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

The rankings fully reflect Schellenberg Wittmer's further strengthening of its DR team, via the 2019 partner elections of next generation lawyers Anya George, Anna Kozmenko, Clara Poglia, George Ayoub and Julie Raneda.

In Future Leaders Litigation 2018, Schellenberg Wittmer has been described as "a strong name in the competitive Swiss market," with partner Stefan Leimgruber recognized as the "most highly regarded" and number one future leading lawyer in Europe. Partner Louis Burrus has also been recognized for his outstanding abilities as a litigator.

In Future Leaders Arbitration 2019, Anya George, Philipp Groz, Anna Kozmenko, Julie Raneda, Stefan Leimgruber, Manuel Liatowitsch, Anne-Carole Cremades, Benjamin Gottlieb, Annabelle Möckesch, Sebastiano Nessi and Philip Wimalasena are recognized, consolidating Schellenberg Wittmer's 7th place future leaders listing worldwide.

Future Leaders Investigations 2018 recognizes both Louis Burrus and George Ayoub as go to practitioners in the field, with Louis ranked as the third leading lawyer in Europe.

Who’s Who Legal’s Future Leaders aims to recognize outstanding members of the next generation: the future leaders of the profession.


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