Julien Tron is a partner of the private clients practice group of MLL in Geneva and has been working with the firm since 2012. He has a strong focus on estate and succession law, real estate and tax issues. Julien Tron has also a valuable experience in complex and mostly international succession and collar-crime litigation with multiple parties involved.
After growing up in Italian-speaking southern Switzerland, Julien obtained a law degree at the University of Basel (magna cum laude). He eventually started his legal traineeship in Geneva, where he was admitted to the bar in 2010. Julien later obtained a LL.M. at King’s College in London specialising in trust law an in international succession law. Julien Tron advises clients in several languages and his international practice is an advantage in dealing with foreign clients with Swiss interests or with complex cases involving several jurisdictions and applicable laws.
Julien Tron is also committed to culture and he is Secretary for the Verbier Festival Foundation that organises a very prestigious festival of classical music. He is also active in various boards of foundations and charitable associations managing medical infrastructures for the elderly.
Julien’s working languages are French, English, German, Italian and Spanish.