Stéphanie Godet Landry, lawyer, barrister

Stéphanie Godet Landry took her law degree and passed her bar exam in Neuchâtel. She then held various positions in a number of different sectors, gaining broad experience of the law.

In particular, she practised intellectual property law at a consulting company working especially in the watchmaking sector, before obtaining her Master of Law degree, with distinction, in intellectual property law from Queen Mary and Westfield Colleges at the University of London.

Stéphanie Godet Landry has subsequently practised business law at a leading Geneva law firm, where she worked both as legal counsel and as barrister.

She has also gained substantial experience in public law, as head of the Legal Service at the Swiss Universities of Applied Sciences in Geneva, where she was awarded a prize by the data protection officers. She also worked as a clerk in a Federal board of appeal and as a parliamentary assistant for a political party in Geneva. She also has a certificate of advanced studies in Public Administration from IDHEAP.

Stéphanie Godet Landry practises law in French and English.