Matthieu Seydoux is an associate in the teams Real Estate and Regulatory, Competition, Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law. He is active in both litigation and advisory work, representing Swiss and international clients mainly in the fields of healthcare, public procurement as well as private and public construction law, including in arbitration proceedings.

Matthieu Seydoux graduated from the University of Fribourg (BLaw in 2013) and the University of Zurich (MLaw in 2014). He then completed his lawyer internship in the canton of Fribourg in a law firm specialising in business law and as a clerk at the Fribourg Cantonal Court. Admitted to the bar in 2017, he then worked for the Federal Office for the Environment and for the Institute of Swiss and International Construction Law. In 2021 Matthieu Seydoux obtained a PhD (summa cum laude) in law from Fribourg University for a PhD in energy, competition and construction law. He is currently completing an LL.M. in competition law at the Brussels School of Competition.

In addition to his work as a lawyer, he also serves as an associate judge of the federal compulsory purchase commission 2 (Vaud, Fribourg).

Matthieu Seydoux works in French, German and English. He is registered with the Vaud Bar Registry and admitted to practice in all Switzerland.

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