Aileen Truttmann is a federal judge sitting at the Federal Administrative Court of Switzerland. She was elected by the Swiss Parliament in March 2023, and began her tenure in June 2023.
Prior to that, she worked as a lawyer in international law firms in Switzerland for over 20 years, her area of practice concentrating on international commercial arbitration.
In parallel, she sat as a deputy judge at the Swiss Federal Tribunal from 2018 to 2023, having been elected by the Swiss parliament in June 2018. During her time at the Swiss Federal Tribunal, she was active in various fields of law (civil and administrative law mainly).
After passing her bar exam in Geneva (Switzerland) in 2005, Aileen Truttmann clerked at the Swiss Federal Tribunal for almost three years in one of the then two administrative law divisions.
Aileen Truttmann holds a law degree from the University of Geneva and an LL.M. from University College London. She is Swiss and Irish (Co. Cork).
She is fluent is French, English, and German. She also has some knowledge of Russian, Italian and Spanish and is in the process of learning Japanese.