Anne Troillet is “a much respected and well-regarded lawyer” and wins high praise from sources who consider her “great on social security matters”.
Anne Troillet is a partner of Schneider Troillet. She advises national and international companies in all matters related to employment and human resources law, in both private and public law. She represents clients before the labour courts. She also assists clients in all matters related to pension funds and social security, covering both litigation and corporate aspects.
Anne Troillet studied law at the University of Geneva and was admitted to the Geneva Bar in 1996. She obtained an LLM from Osgoode Hall, York University (Canada), in 1999. She became a Swiss Bar Association-certified specialist in employment law in 2011.
She also regularly publishes, teaches and participates to conferences as a speaker in her fields of specialisation.
She worked in the employment and pension group of a leading Swiss law firm, before becoming partner of a Geneva law firm in 2009. She founded Schneider Troillet, with Jacques-André Schneider, where she has been practising in her fields of expertise since 2014.
Schneider Troillet is a Geneva law firm dedicated to social and human resources law. Founded in 2014, the firm provides its national and international clients with global legal solutions in the field of employment and human resources law. Schneider Troillet is member of Ius Laboris, the world’s largest alliance of independent human resources law firms.