Lorine Meylan is born in 1979 in Switzerland. She is a graduate of the University of Lausanne Law School (lic. iur. 2001) and holds a Master of Advanced Studies in Business Law (MAS/LL.M 2004) from the University of Geneva Law School. Lorine Meylan worked as a legal intern at the United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, in New York, as well as at the American Arbitration Association in New York. She also worked at the Trademark Department of Philip Morris International Management S.A. in Lausanne in 2004 and 2005 before carrying out her traineeship with the law firm Lalive & Partners in Geneva (2005-2007). She was admitted to the Geneva Bar in 2007. After a banking experience at the Legal Department of J.P. Morgan (Suisse) SA in Geneva, she joined the law firm Borel & Barbey in Geneva as an associate in 2008.
Lorine Meylan focuses her practice on Commercial and Business Law, notably Company Law, Banking Law and Contract Law, as well as Intellectual Property and ADR.