Romaine Zürcher was born in 1989. She studied law at the University of Lausanne – including one exchange year at Zurich university – where she obtained a Bachelor of Law and a Master of Law with specializations in “commercial law, patrimonial civil and tax law”. During her studies, she worked as an ad hoc court clerk at the first instance court in Nyon.
She completed a legal traineeship, then – after having been admitted to the Geneva Bar in 2016 – worked during three years as an associate within the real estate department of one of the larger Swiss law firms.

She joined 100 Rue du Rhône Avocats in August 2019 as an associate.

Romaine Zürcher practices mainly in all areas of real estate law and construction law, especially in real estate transactions, contractor and architect agreement, building regulations, property law, rural land law, planning and zoning law, environment law and tenancy law.
She works in French and English, and has a good command of German.