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Claude Ramoni

Claude Ramoni


Attorney-at-law, PhD in Law

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Claude Ramoni is a Swiss qualified Attorney-at-Law specialising in advising and representing clients in the fields of sports and business law. After more than seven years of practice with a major law firm in Lausanne, he joined Libra Law as a founding partner in 2009. Claude Ramoni advises and represents clients from the world of sport, such as national and international sports federations, clubs and athletes in various areas, including in doping matters. He regularly acts as counsel before the Court of Arbitration for Sport, judicial bodies of sports federations or Swiss State courts, including the Swiss Federal Tribunal. He further advises medium and large companies in their business activities; he notably handled several merger and acquisition operations and regularly supports clients in the field of clinical trial and research collaboration agreements.


1998 University of Basle and University of Lausanne, Switzerland (lic. iur.)

1998 CEDIDAC - Centre for Business Law for the University of Lausanne (Research and Teaching Assistant)

2002 University of Lausanne, Switzerland (PhD in Law)

2002 Carrard & Associés (intern, junior, senior associate)

2004 Admission to the Swiss bar

2009 Libra Law (Founding Partner)



  • Sports law (contracts, disciplinary, doping, governance, etc.)
  • Commercial and corporate law
  • Contract law
  • Intellectual property
  • Litigation (arbitration and ordinary courts, at national and international levels)



  • Member of the Council of the Bar of Canton de Vaud
  • Member of the board of directors of Visilab SA (Nr 1 in Swiss Optical Retail) and Inventy Suisse Sàrl
  • Member of the Foundation board of IPPOX Foundation
  • Lecturer at International Academy of Sports Science and Technology (AISTS, Lausanne), International Centre for Sports Studies (CIES, Neuchâtel), Instituto Superior de Derecho Económico (ISDE, Madrid),  University of Lleida‐INEFC (Spain), Escuela Universitaria Real Madrid (Madrid)
  • Invited lecturer at several conferences: RFEF Congress on football law (Spain), Chambre Vaudoise du Commerce et de l’Industrie (Switzerland), Swiss Association of Sports Law (Switzerland), Vaud Bar Association (Switzerland) etc.


  • Vaud Bar association (OAV)
  • Swiss Bar Association (FSA)
  • Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA)
  • Swiss Association of Sports Law (ASDS)
  • Young Bar Association of Canton de Vaud


  • Analysis of the awards Zubkov and Legkov v the IOC, in: World Sports Advocate Volume: 16 Issue: 6, June 2018
  • The decisions on Pyeonchang and previous CAS case law, in: World Sports Advocate Volume: 16 Issue: 3, March 2018
  • The Second McLaren report – a basis for establishing anti-doping rule violations by Russian athletes?, in: World Sports Advocate Volume: 15 Issue: 1, January 2017
  • The ambiguities raised by the meldonium cases, in: World Sports Law Report Volume: 14 Issue: 5, May 2016
  • Doping: CAS Jurisdiction, in: CAS and Football Landmark Cases (Alexander Wild, éd.), The Hague 2012
  • Doping : Applicable Regulations, in: CAS and Football Landmark Cases (Alexander Wild, éd.), The Hague 2012
  • Maltese Doping Cases, in: The International Sports Law Journal 2010/3-4
  • Demeure du débiteur et contrats de droit suisse, thèse Lausanne, Zurich 2002
  • Les nouveaux fors fédéraux et les nouvelles organisations judiciaires (Claude Ramoni, éd.), publication CEDIDAC Nr 44, Lausanne 2001