Maxime Dolivo assists clients before the courts and administrative authorities, mainly in matters of public and private construction law, real estate law and administrative law in general.
Maxime Dolivo studied at the University of Lausanne, obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Law in 2011 and a Master’s degree in Law in 2013.
After his studies, he worked as a trainee lawyer in an association promoting sustainable development and, in parallel, as a clerk for a judge. Maxime Dolivo then developed his practice of administrative law by working first in a prefecture in the canton of Fribourg, then as a clerk to the Cantonal Court of Vaud (in the Administrative and Public Law Section).
Maxime Dolivo completed his legal internship at CBWM & Partners, under the responsibility of Benoît Bovay, and was admitted to the bar in 2021. Since then, he has been working at CBWM & Partners as an associate.
- Since 2021 – Attorney-at-law, CBWM & Partners
- 2018-2021 – Trainee attorney, CBWM & Partners
- 2016-2018 – Clerk, Cantonal Court of Vaud
- 2015-2016 – Trainee lawyer, Préfecture de la Gruyère
- 2014-2015 – Trainee lawyer in an association promoting sustainable development
- 2014-2015 – Clerk, Juge de commune de Monthey
- 2021 – Attorney-at-law
- 2013 – Master’s degree in Law, University of Lausanne
- 2011 – Bachelor’s degree in Law, University of Lausanne
- Construction and real estate law
- Environmental law
- Public procurement law
- Administrative law