Anela Lucic > VISCHER > Basel, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile

4010 BASEL

Work Department

Employment Law


Managing Associate in VISCHER’s Labour & Employment Law Practice Group; Co-Head of Labour & Employment Law Practice Group Basel office


Anela joined VISCHER as a trainee in 2012 and legal consultant in 2013. She rejoined VISCHER as an associate in 2014. Since the beginning of her career she has been specializing in employment and labour law. She has enhanced her international experience with a secondment in the employment law team of a leading international law firm in London. Since 2021 Anela holds the title of Certified Specialist SBA Employment Law.

Anela was admitted to the bar in Switzerland in 2014. Before qualifying as an attorney she gained experience as clerk at the District Court of Liestal, Basel-County (2011-2012) and student and research assistant, respectively, to various professors at the University of Basel in the fields of criminal law, criminal procedure law, civil law, comparative law and private international law (2007-2011) as well as to Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Frank Vischer in the field of labour and employment law (2012-2013).


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Basel Bar Association (AKBS)

Swiss Bar Association (SBA)

International Bar Association (IBA)

European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA)

UK Employment Lawyer Association (ELA)


Certified Specialist SBA Employment Law, 2021

Basel bar, admitted to all Swiss courts, 2014

Master of Laws at University of Basel, 2011

Bachelor of Laws at University of Basel, 2009

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Employment

VISCHER‘s employment practice advises on all aspects of employment and labour law as well as related fields of immigration, social security, pensions and data protection. The team is highly experienced in major corporate restructurings and all related issues, such as union disputes and strikes, and has further notable experience with internal investigations regarding gender discrimination and harassment. Specialist for executive remuneration, staffing and all employment related issues of restructurings Marc Ph. Prinz heads the practice and is supported by co-heads Anela Lucic and Gerald Virieux from the Basel and Geneva offices respectively.