Andreas Wehowsky

Dr. Andreas Wehowsky, LL.M.

Senior Associate

+41 44 215 3603

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Andreas Wehowsky is a Senior Associate in our Dispute Resolution Group in Zurich. His main areas of practice are commercial litigation, international arbitration and general commercial advice on a variety of agreements. Andreas has particular experience in the commodities, financial, insurance, manufacturing and tech industry. His regional focus is on Europe, North America and East Asia.


Professional Experience
Senior Associate at Schellenberg Wittmer
Associate at Schellenberg Wittmer
Visiting Foreign Lawyer at Rajah & Tann LLP in Singapore
Ad Hoc Law Clerk at the Administrative Court of Zug
Junior Law Clerk at the Administrative Court of Zug
Trainee Lawyer in a Zurich law firm
Education and Admission
Dr. iur., University of Zurich
Bar Admission in Switzerland
LL.M. in Arbitration and Dispute Resolution, University of Hong Kong
Master of Law, University of Zurich
Bachelor of Law, University of Zurich
Additional Professional Activities
  • Committee Member of the Beihai Asia International Arbitration Centre, Singapore; member of mining arbitration sub-committee
  • Co-president of the Zurich Moot Alumni Association, Zurich, Switzerland
  • Assessor Swiss Study Foundation

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