Hadrien Mangeat is a Counsel at MANGEAT. His main practice areas are Litigation, Criminal Law and Family Law.
Hadrien practices in all areas of criminal law, including white-collar crime and investigations, international mutual legal assistance, and juvenile criminal law.
He regularly represents domestic and international clients (individuals and companies), both plaintiffs and defendants, before the courts and the prosecutor’s office.
He also advises clients in family law matters (including divorce, separation, parental rights, child support, child abduction, adoption, and cohabitation and prenuptial agreements), representing them in court proceedings or negotiating and drafting agreements. He has experience in complex and cross-border cases.
He has been a member of the executive committee of the Geneva Young Bar Association since 2016, serving as Chairman ad interim as of 6 April 2020. In the latter capacity, he also sits on the executive committee of the Geneva Bar Association.
Before joining MANGEAT, Hadrien was an associate in the litigation department at Borel & Barbey in Geneva, where he focused on civil and criminal litigation, as well as family law.
Academic Background / Education
Admitted to the Geneva Bar (2014)
Certificate of Advanced Studies in Legal Professions (2012)
Bilingual Master of Laws, Universities of Geneva and Basel (2010-2012)
Prize for Best Master of Laws Thesis (2011)
Bachelor of Laws, University of Geneva (2006-2010) – Rhetoric Prize (2008)
Bachelor of Arts (History and Philosophy), University of Geneva (2003-2006)
French, English, German