Pierre Bydzovsky holds a Master in Law degree from the Ruprechts-Karl-University of Heidelberg, Germany, and from the University of Fribourg, Switzerland.
He has completed his education with a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Criminal Judiciary from the Swiss Criminal Judicial School with honours (2011) and with a Master of Laws (LL.M) in International Trade Law of University Institute of European Studies and University of Turin, Italy, where he graduated in 2015 summa cum laude.
Pierre Bydzovsky has more than 10 years of experience in judicial disputes and in national and international arbitration. He has been admitted to the Geneva Bar in 2007, is a member of the Geneva Bar Examination Commission, of the Geneva Bar, Association, of the Swiss Bar Association, of the Geneva Business Law Association and of the ICC-YAF. He is also a practicing military prosecutor within the Office of the Attorney-General with the rank of Major and a member of the Foundation Board of the Benefit Institution of the Geneva Bar Association.
As a member of the Litigation group of Borel & Barbey, his practice comprises civil, commercial and corporate matters in a wide range of sectors (for instance in trusts litigation, foundations and banking). He regularly assists parties in assets recovery proceedings, criminal proceedings and in international mutual assistance in criminal matters in relation with foreign tax, money laundering and corruption based requests for assistance. He is also specialised in sport law and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Swiss Basketball Federation.
Pierre Bydzovsky speaks French, English and German.