You can contact me by email, post or phone

  • By email: contact[a]
  • By post: Maître Pranvera Këllezi, Case postale 6395, 1211 Genève 6
  • By phone: +41 22 810 82 47

For what purpose can you use the information and content on this website

Dr Pranvera Këllezi ( “we“) is the owner of the rights to all content on the website (the “Website”), and holds all copyrights. You may use the information and content only to browse this Website. You may share publications from this site on social networks provided that you attribute them to their authors and do not modify the titles or content. The articles, comments and other content on this Website are not legal advice.

The collection from this website of any information relating to name, photo, address and e-mail, as well as the type of legal services offered, for use in directories, online intermediation services or other websites of any kind, is expressly prohibited.

Data Protection Notice

When you use the Website or more generally when you contact our legal services through the Website (collectively the “Service(s)”), we commit to protecting and processing your personal data according to this Privacy Policy and in compliance with the Swiss Federal Data Protection Act (“FDPA”) and related data protection regulations.

Dr Pranvera Këllezi is the data controller in respect of any processing that occurs as a result of the collection of your personal data through the Website. If you have a question or request, please send us an email at the following address: contact[a]

If you use our Services and we agree to take on the task of advising you or defending your rights, the Personal data relating to the mandate will be processed in accordance with the lawyer’s professional rules and the letter of engagement that you will receive.

What Personal Data do we collect, why do we process it, and how long do we keep the data

We collect the Personal Data you provide to us when you visit Website for the following purposes:

  • Performance of contract. To perform our contractual duties, as per your request or that of the organization your work for, we collect first name, surname, email, telephone number, address, nationality, language preference, professional data and business information. Personal Data may also include sensitive personal data, such as data related to the intimate sphere, health, debt enforcement, criminal or administrative proceedings. Personal Data may relate to you as well as to third parties such as employers, employees, shareholders, beneficial owners, agents, representatives, co-contractors, counterparties or family members. We may require you other data to comply with any legal and regulatory obligations where we are required, such as verifying your identity. As mentioned above, such data will be processed in accordance with the lawyer’s professional rules.
  • Improvement of the Website and our communication. We collect personal data such as your IP address to improve our services and the proper functioning of the website. The processing of such data is based on our legitimate interest. Some features use cookies that collect Personal Data, the use of this information is explained below.


A cookie is a small data file (text file) that a website, when visited by a user, asks your browser to store on your device to remember information about you, such as your language preferences. For instance, we use third-party cookies, which are cookies from a different domain than our website, to ensure the smooth transition from French to English pages of this Website. Such cookies are necessary for the performance of the Website. We do not use third-party cookies for analytics or marketing purposes.

Transfer and recipients of Personal Data

We may disclose your Personal Data, for the purposes set out above, to the following recipients:

  • External service providers, such as IT and cloud service providers (who are subject to data protection duties to the same extent we are);
  • Third parties and authorities if such disclosure is necessary to undertake our contractual duties towards you, or if necessary to comply with our legal or regulatory obligations or if necessary in our legitimate interest.

The servers of the hosting provider of this Website are exclusively based in Switzerland.

Your rights

You have the right to access and rectify your personal data, unless in presence of a legal or regulatory obligation or an overriding legitimate interest of our law firm (or of a third party). Please note that we may refuse certain of your requests if the applicable data protection laws or other provisions, in particular attorney client privilege, the rules on the mandate or attorney’s professional rules, allows or requires us to do so.

In Switzerland, the Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner is competent to supervise private entities: info[a]