ELSA Partners

Enabling ELSA

Our national network and our constituent local groups pursue a diverse range of partnerships with corporate entities, not-for-profits, and non-governmental organisations. Our partners work with us in supporting the activities of the network as a whole as well as through individual projects.

General Partners

Under the name «Trusted Advisors», consultants from different disciplines, some of whom have several decades of experience, have joined forces. What they all have in common is that they have repeatedly worked on joint projects – albeit for different firms, companies and institutions – and are among the best in their respective fields. There are many good lawyers, proven tax experts and imaginative consultants. The «Trusted Advisors» approach is extraordinary. We are not only concerned with the provision of the desired services. We are concerned with the way in which these services are provided. We don’t just want to solve our clients’ problems; we want to solve them as if they were our own problems. Therefore, all «Trusted Advisors» are committed to the same cause and the same way of working: listen attentively, assess individually, solve efficiently.Under the name «Trusted Advisors», consultants from different disciplines, some of whom have several decades of experience, have joined forces. What they all have in common is that they have repeatedly worked on joint projects – albeit for different firms, companies and institutions – and are among the best in their respective fields. There are many good lawyers, proven tax experts and imaginative consultants. The «Trusted Advisors» approach is extraordinary. We are not only concerned with the provision of the desired services. We are concerned with the way in which these services are provided. We don’t just want to solve our clients’ problems; we want to solve them as if they were our own problems. Therefore, all «Trusted Advisors» are committed to the same cause and the same way of working: listen attentively, assess individually, solve efficiently.

Strategic Partner

Academic Partners

What is the Swiss Moot Court? The Swiss Moot Court is a pleading competition open to all students enrolled at a Swiss law faculty (and who have not yet completed their Master's degree). It offers them the opportunity to put the knowledge they have acquired so far into practice. In a first round, the teams, consisting of two to four people, write an appeal and a response to a given case. The twelve best teams qualify for the oral round at the Federal Supreme Court in Lucerne. There they will make their pleadings before a jury of federal judges, lawyers and law professors. Not only the validity of the arguments presented, but also the persuasiveness and rhetoric of the speakers will be evaluated. The two best teams will then compete in the final. The universities award ECTS points for participation in the Swiss Moot Court. For further information please visit the Swiss Moot Court website at www.swissmootcourt.ch.