Her main areas of practice are sports arbitration, advice on anti-doping matters and other regulatory or governance aspects of sports, as well as health law.
Marjolaine Viret obtained her law degree and PhD from the University of Fribourg, and was admitted to the Geneva bar in 2007. She also holds a CAS in Health Law of the University of Neuchâtel. She gained experience in Geneva in commercial and sports arbitration, as well as in advising sports organisations on regulatory and disciplinary matters. She also practiced in the field of regulatory life sciences and food & beverage within an international law firm in London. She is a lecturer in various academic programs and pursues research activities on the role of evidence and scientific expertise in law. She is a member of the Anti-Doping Commission of the Union cycliste internationale, and a member of the Committee and Scientific Council of the Swiss sports law association.
She practices in French, English and German.