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Charlotte Rosenkranz

Associate
LL.M.

Loewenstrasse 1
8001 Zurich
Switzerland
T +41 44 217 93 91
charlotte.rosenkranz@pestalozzilaw.com

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Charlotte Rosenkranz is an associate and member of Pestalozzi's Litigation & Arbitration Group in Zurich. Her practice focuses on the resolution of commercial disputes through litigation and arbitration as well as on white collar crimes and compliance. She advises and represents clients in international disputes both in state court and arbitration proceedings. Charlotte further advises clients on questions of compliance and white collar crimes in a national and international context.

Career

2020
  • Qualifying Exam for Foreign Attorneys (Eignungsprüfung)
  • Bar Admission, Switzerland
2019
  • Second State Examination, Frankfurt am Main
  • Bar Admission, Hanseatic Bar-Association Hamburg, Germany
  • Associate at Pestalozzi
2018
  • Foreign Associate at Pestalozzi
2017
  • Trainee Lawyer at DLA Piper UK LL.P., Frankfurt am Main
  • Legal Trainee at Landgericht Darmstadt
2016
  • LL.M., Queen Mary University of London
2015
  • First State Examination, University Freiburg i. Brsg

Languages

German, English, Swedish

Membership

  • Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA Below40)
  • Deutsche Institution für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit (DIS 40)
  • ICC - Young Arbitrators Forum (YAF)
  • Hanseatische Rechtsanwaltskammer Hamburg
  • Zürcher Anwaltsverband (ZAV)

Publications

Pestalozzi Arbitration Digest 2020: Overview of Swiss arbitration case law

Pestalozzi Arbitration Digest 2020: Overview of Swiss arbitration case law

By Charlotte Rosenkranz, Mercedes Chiabotti, Lukas Rusch, Myrtha Talirz: Pestalozzi Legal Update, August 2021
Violation of Human Rights under the ECHR: A Valid Challenge of Arbitral Awards at the Swiss Federal Supreme Court?

Violation of Human Rights under the ECHR: A Valid Challenge of Arbitral Awards at the Swiss Federal Supreme Court?

By Charlotte Rosenkranz, Mercedes Chiabotti, Myrtha Talirz: Kluwer Arbitration Blog, March 2021
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