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Professional Activities


Borel & Barbey

I joined Borel & Barbey as an associate in May 2017. I advise individuals and corporations in all aspects of art law, copyright, contract law and commercial law, and  practice law in matters related to private clients and foundations. 

The firm’s practice is particularly renowned for dispute resolution, company commercial work, banking and finance, and private client matters (trusts and estate planning). It has also developed a strong expertise in tax, corporate, finance and securities regulatory matters.


The firm advises major domestic and international clients as well as small successful companies and entrepreneurs for which it has the capability of leading complex transactions or of advising in day to day operations.


Borel & Barbey’s legal team includes more than forty lawyers and tax experts. Its offices are located in Geneva.


Art Law Foundation

Fondation pour le droit de l'art

I organise several conferences and events per year for the Art Law Foundation and edit the Art Law Magazine as well as a book series in Art Law - the Studies in Art Law, some of which in close collaboration with the Art-Law Centre Geneva, directed by Professor Marc-André Renold.

Established in Geneva for more than 20 years, the Art Law Foundation aims to promote and coordinate the work and research in the field of art law. In particular, it supports the research and teaching activities of the Art-Law Centre. The president of the Foundation's Board is Pierre Gabus.

The Art Law Foundation is the founding member of the Responsible Art Market (RAM) initiative. 

Currently, the Art Law Foundation has over 500 active members and supporters from the legal and academic community, museums, auction houses, galleries, banks, logistics, and insurances.


 in Art, Philanthropy, Copyright & Cultural Heritage Law

University of Fribourg

University of Geneva

London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Since 2014, I lecture cultural heritage and art law to LLM Students at the LSE. At the University of Fribourg I teach copyright and entertainment law to Master of Law students. In 2020, I launched a new course on cultural philanthropy and the law at the University of Geneva.


The LLM classes at the LSE address issues related to restitution, the protection of cultural property during war times, the art market and dispute resolution.

The course at the University of Fribourg focuses on artists' rights, and topical issues such as street art, photography, appropriation art, music, film and theatre.

The lectures on cultural philanthropy and law at the University of Geneva examine the issue from a cross-disciplinary approach, including history, legal structures, ethics, estate law, cultural heritage law, public-private partnerships and corporate social responsibility.


Borel & Barbey

Board Memberships in the Arts
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Professional Advisors to the International Art Market (PAIAM)

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Fotostiftung Schweiz

Association of Women in the Arts

Fondation du MAMCO

Board Member

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Former Executive Committee Member

Board Member


PAIAM is a networking platform for professionals advising the art market. It aims to advance knowledge and learning of specialist subjects that are not directly art related but are relevant to art collectors and art businesses. Also, PAIAM undertakes research and makes suggestions and representations of a technical (strictly non-political) nature to governmental and other persuasive bodies to promote a better understanding of the foregoing and to improve the laws and regulations that apply to the international art market. 

Fotostiftung Schweiz is a nationally and internationally active foundation dedicated to the medium of photography, its history and its significance in our time.

AWITA brings together inspirational women working in the arts to share contacts, mentor each other, collaborate and create a new kind of community. The network strives to ensure greater recognition of and support for the achievement of women in the art world; help create a market aimed at increasing the opportunities available; support collaboration to expand existing and to create new projects, encourage the next generation of young women interested in pursuing a career in the art world; and promote equal employment practices in the cultural sector and highlight the specific issues facing women.

The public-law foundation of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Geneva (MAMCO) FONDAMCO, composed of representatives from MAMCO’s private Foundation, the State, and the City of Geneva, oversees MAMCO’s activities.

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