Her main areas of practice are white collar crime, international assistance in criminal matters and commercial litigation.
Delphine Jobin obtained her law degree from the University of Fribourg, and was admitted to the Geneva Bar in 2008. After gaining experience within the litigation group of a law firm based in Geneva and Zurich, she developed her practice, in particular in the criminal field, within a Geneva firm recognized in litigation. She has solid experience in complex white collar crime matters, particularly in the areas of fraud, money laundering and corruption. She is dealing with issues of confiscation and allocation to the injured party that regularly arise in this type of proceedings. As part of her practice, she has worked in parallel to the criminal prosecution authorities to hold companies that are major players in their sector criminally liable. She has also represented numerous individuals and companies in mutual legal assistance proceedings in criminal matters, including the Lava Jato operation in Brazil. She is sensitive to human rights and protection of minorities and one of the founders of the association Lawyers Without Borders Switzerland.
She practices in French and English and also intervenes in the context of proceedings conducted in German or in Italian.