Thomas Romelli is a trainee lawyer in the Litigation, Private Clients and Corporate & Commercial departments of Walder Wyss in Geneva.
Thomas Romelli studied at the University of St. Gallen and graduated with a Bachelor in Law and Economics in 2018. He then studied at the University of Zurich where he obtained a Master in Law in 2020. Later that year, Thomas Romelli obtained the Certificate of Advanced Legal Studies (Ecole d'avocature) at the University of Geneva. During his studies, he founded and presided the Africa Summit of St. Gallen and was a committee member of two international students' associations. Prior to joining Walder Wyss, he worked for a legal services company in Zurich focused on Tech, FinTech and digital businesses, and acted as a consultant for a blockchain startup based in Zug. Furthermore, Thomas Romelli worked as a paralegal for an arbitration law firm and interned in the legal department of a private bank in Geneva.