LL.M., Attorney-at-law, also admitted to the bar in New York
Martin Böckli studied law at the University of Basel from where he graduated in 1998. He then interned with two law firms in Zurich and the Cantonal Court in the Canton of Zug. In 2004, Martin Böckli passed the Bar Exam of Zug and began working as an associate at the firm Nobel & Hug in Zurich.
In 2007, Martin Böckli obtained the Master of Laws from New York University, New York (LL.M.), worked as a foreign associate with Fox Horan & Camerini LLP in Manhattan and was admitted to the New York Bar in 2008. Later that year, Martin Böckli became counsel to the law firm Ulhôa Canto, Rezende e Guerra in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, in international law and private client matters. In 2013, he became partner at böckli bühler partners.
Martin Böckli has a strong background in contracts, corporate banking and private clients. Martin Böckli advises his clients in English, German, French and Portuguese.
Europäische Börsenlandschaft im Umbruch?, in: Nobel (Hrsg.), Aktuelle Rechtsprobleme des Finanz- und Börsenplatzes Schweiz, Bern 2006, S. 159 ff.