Claire Bolsterli studied law at the University of Geneva and Zurich. She completed her legal training with a major law firm in Geneva between 2002 and 2004 and was subsequently admitted to the Geneva Bar in 2004. She then obtained her LL.M. from the Law School of Fordham University in 2005, before working within a firm in Geneva specialized in real estate law between 2005 and 2010, when she joined Cramer-Salamian Law Firm. After being a partner of Cramer-Salamian for 4 years, she founded Salamian Bolsterli Law Firm in 2019. Claire Bolsterli also sat as a Deputy Judge at the Geneva Lease Court for 8 years, until she was elected as a Deputy Judge at the Administrative Court of First Instance in August 2019.
Principal practice areas
Claire Bolsterli advises both private and institutional clients in particular in the fields of real estate and construction law (project development, building permits and contact with the administrative authorities), lease law, realty law and contract law, mainly of sale, architect and contractor. She represents her clients before the courts in case of dispute.
French, English, German (fair)