Rolf Ditesheim is active in the fields of civil and commercial law, administrative law and criminal law for individuals, companies and public authorities.

He is a Certified Specialist SBA in Criminal Law, a title that marks his particular expertise in this field.

His experience and multidisciplinary knowledge allow him to have a valuable overview and to increase the efficiency of his action in the various fields of law he practices.

He is a member of the boards of trustees of various foundations and boards of directors and was a member of the examination commission for the admission to the bar.

He wrote and defended a doctoral thesis in corporate law, for which he received an award.

Before joining Reymond & Associés, he completed his legal internship and practised law in a leading Lausanne law firm.
Areas of expertise
Professional experience

Certified Specialist SBA Criminal Law

Since 2002

Further courses training in various fields of law


Bar admission (University of Lausanne)


Negotiation course


Award of Excellence for the doctoral thesis (University of Lausanne)


Doctor of Laws (University of Lausanne)


Final dissertation on intellectual property (University of Lausanne)


Law degree – Master of Law (Universities of Lausanne and Berne)


Faculty of Law, Lausanne and Berne


Scientific Baccalaureate

Partner at the law firm Reymond & Associés (since 1 January 2011)

Bar practice (since February 2002)

Trainee lawyer (February 2000-February 2002)

Member of the examination board for the admission to the bar (2017 and 2018)

Member of boards of directors and foundations (since 2003)

Clerk to the Courts (besides writing the doctoral thesis)

Mandates for law firms (besides writing the doctoral thesis)

Various internships in companies (besides university studies)

Vaud Bar Association (OAV)

Swiss Bar Association (FSA)

Business Law Center of the University of Lausanne (CEDIDAC)


La représentation de la société anonyme, doctoral thesis, Stampfli, Berne 2001

Les garanties dues par le donneur de licences de brevets d’invention, master thesis, Lausanne 1996

Various publications and conferences