About Jung Legal Solutions

Before establishing her independent practice as a mediator and arbitrator Julia Jung gained experience as a clerk at a district court in the canton of Zurich and since 2011 as a litigation and arbitration counsel in some of Switzerland’s leading law firms. In 2014 she graduated from the top-ranked LL.M. program at Pepperdine University’s Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution. Since then she has been acting as a commercial mediator and received appointments as an arbitrator under the ICC as well as the Swiss Rules.

Julia’s practice as an attorney focused on advising and representing major corporations in large scale cross-border commercial disputes at all stages of the dispute resolution process across a broad range of practice areas and industries. She represented parties in contract or settlement negotiations, in mediations, in international commercial arbitrations and before Swiss courts of all levels.

In California, she worked as a legal clerk at JAMS, the world’s largest private alternative dispute resolution provider, and engaged as a volunteer mediator at various Los Angeles Superior Courts. Thus, she was involved in many domestic and international commercial mediations and arbitrations and (co-)mediated a large amount of cases herself.

Julia is a certified mediator and a board member of the Swiss Chamber of Commercial Mediation as well as a member of the Swiss Bar Association’s expert committee on mediation. She regularly teaches mediation at various universities of applied sciences.

Julia currently works in a part-time position as Head Legal, Compliance & Risk Management at Wincasa. Wincasa is a real estate service provider with CHF 70 billion assets under management and more than 900 employees.

Hence, offering her services as an independent commercial mediator and arbitrator Julia can draw upon her longstanding experience as an attorney and negotiator as well as her recent management experience.

Julia Jung

Working Experience

  • Jung Legal Solutions, Independent Mediator & Arbitrator, since 2020

  • Wincasa AG, Head Legal, Compliance & Risk Management (part-time position), since 2020

  • ZHAW School of Management and Law / University of Lucerne of Applied Sciences and Arts, Lecturer for Mediation, since 2015

  • Bär & Karrer AG, Senior Associate, 2016 – 2020

  • Altenburger Ltd legal + tax, Associate, 2012 – 2016

  • Center for Conflict Resolution, Volunteer Mediator at various Los Angeles Superior Courts (Van Nuys, Inglewood, Alhambra), 2014

  • JAMS Los Angeles, Legal Clerk (Mediation and Arbitration), 2013 – 2014

  • Gloor & Sieger, Associate, 2011 – 2012

  • District Court of Bulach (Canton of Zurich), Law Clerk, 2009 – 2010

  • Staiger, Schwald & Partner AG, Legal Trainee, 2008 – 2009

Education and Certification

  • ICSID/ECT/CEDR Investor-State Mediator Training, 2020

  • University of St. Gallen, Management for the Legal Profession (MLP-HSG), 2020

  • Swiss Chamber of Commercial Mediation,
    certified “Mediator SCCM”, 2019

  • Swiss Bar Association, certified “Mediator SBA”, 2015

  • Pepperdine University, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution,
    LL.M., 2014

  • High Court of the Canton of Zurich, Bar Admission (admitted to all Swiss courts), 2011

  • University of Zurich, lic.iur., 2007

Memberships

  • Swiss Chamber of Commercial Mediation
    (Board Member since 2019)

  • Swiss Bar Associaton
    (Member of the Expert Commitee on Mediation since 2020)

  • Zurich Bar Association

  • Swiss Arbitration Association

  • ArbitralWomen

Publications and Speaking Engagements

  • IAM/SCCM Zurich Conference, 2022

  • “Paradigm shift in mediation – does this change my professional practice as a lawyer?”, Zurich Bar Association, Practice Group ADR, 2021

  • “Does mediation work with regard to commercial disputes?”, ASA-SCCM Webinar, 2021

  • – “Rumors about Mediation”, Anwaltsrevue 11/12/20

  • “How can B2B Mediation become mainstream in Switzerland?”, SDM-FSM Tag der Mediation, 2020

  • “Launch of the Revised Swiss Rules of Mediation”, SCAI/SCCM Luncheon, 2019 (p. 17)
  • “Obligation to Mediate”, UIA’s 26th World Forum of Mediation Centres, 2019

  • Co-Author, Schweizer Vertragshandbuch – Musterverträge für die Praxis, new Chapter on Mediation, 3rd edition, 2018

  • Co-Author, Berne Commentary on the “3rd part of the Swiss Civil Procedure Code on Arbitration”, Art. 396 – 398 PCC

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