lic iur Christophe Rapin > Kellerhals Carrard > Lausanne, Switzerland > Lawyer Profile

Kellerhals Carrard
PO BOX 7191

Work Department

  • Banking and finance law
  • Competition, Franchise and Distribution Law
  • International Trade Law
  • Swiss and European public economic law
  • Business Law and M&A


lic. iur., Attorney at Law (Geneva and Brussels), Partner, DEA in European Law


  • since 2020: Partner, Kellerhals Carrard, Lausanne
  • 2002-2019: Partner of a major Swiss law firm in Geneva
  • 2000-2005: Practises European law in Brussels for a major Swiss law firm
  • 2000-2002: Associate in a major Swiss law firm in Geneva
  • 1997-1999: Legal internship
  • 1994-1997: Assistant at the University of Geneva


  • French
  • English


  • International Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • International League of Competition Law
  • Swiss Association for Competition Law
  • Swiss Mutual Fund Association
  • European Business Aviation Association
  • Swiss China Association


  • 2003: admitted to the Brussels Bar
  • 2002: mediation Peperdine University
  • 1999: Admitted to the Geneva Bar
  • 1997: DEA in European Law (University of Geneva & Aix-Marseille)
  • 1994: Law degree (University of Geneva)

Lawyer Rankings

Switzerland > Competition

Kellerhals Carrard represents clients in all major industries including media, energy, telecommunications, transport, and banking. It particularly focuses on representing clients in investigations before the Swiss competition commission where it has seen record success. The team is headed by Christophe Rapin and Daniel Emch.

Switzerland > Data privacy and data protection

Kellerhals Carrard‘s data privacy team acts for clients from a range of industries, including banking, fintech, biotech and healthcare, in contentious and non-contentious cases. With offices in the French, Italian, and German parts of Switzerland, the team is well placed to provide advice in all three official languages. The team is jointly headed by Nicolas Mosimann, Daniel Alder, Ralph Gramigna, Christophe Rapin, and Stefano Perucchi.