Following a training period training contract at the Bernheim, Ming, Gouzer-Waechter & Halpérin law firm, she worked as an associate with François Bolsterli until 1992, then as a partner until 1995, when she became a junior partner with the Valticos, Reymond, Mosimann and Veuillet law firm. In 1997, she opened her own law firm, in association with Jacques Berta and Enrico Scherrer. In 2003, with Jacques Berta, she joined the Laurence Bory and Emmanuel Ducrest law firm.
The firm, who was enriched by new partners, which is to say Vincent Spira in 2008 and Emmanuelle Guiguet in 2016, moved its premises to 1, place Longemalle on the 1st of August 2016.
She was associate judge with the Appeals Commission of the Construction Act (1998-2006) and a Board Member of the Geneva Bar Council (2006-2008). Since its creation in 2013, she has taught at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies. She is a member of the Childrens’ Rights Comission and of the Civil Law Commission of the Bar Association.
She emphasizes direct contact with her clients and the search for compromise solutions, particularly in family matters.
She is a member of the Geneva Bar and the Swiss Bar Association.