Bénédicte Amsellem-Ossipow, Lawyer
Advocate at the Geneva Bar,
Assessing judge on the conciliation commission in matters of leases and rents, representative of the tenants' defence circles.
Member of the official commission for energy standards, representative of the tenants' defence community.
I have a law degree from the University of Geneva and a postgraduate degree in criminal law (economic crime), as well as a Master of Laws (LL'M) from the Beasley School of Law of Temple University in Philadelphia (USA).
My professional experience
After obtaining my law degree, I have practiced for several years at the Legal Affairs Department of Environmental Protection of the State of Geneva before I joined the Administrative Court of First Instance as a scientific collaborator.
There, I made drafts of judgments in the field of migration and construction law as well as in more generally in the fields of administrative law: environmental law, town and country planning law, tax law and administrative road traffic law.
I have also practised law of proceedings and bankruptcy as a lawyer in charge of legal management and real estate sales at the Office of Public Prosecutions and as an auxiliary drafter on the Appeals Commission of the HES-SO.
My current areas of practice, in addition to administrative law, are civil law, in particular family law and law on the protection of adults and children, the law of obligations, in particular leasing law and labour law and criminal law.
- Ordre des avocats de Genève
- Fédération suisse des avocats
- Chambre de l'économie sociale et solidaire (APRÈS-GE)
- Co-president of the section Ville de Genève of Geneva Ecologist Party
- Green représentative to the Rassemblement pour une politique sociale du logement (RPSL)