Mr Olofsson graduated in law from the University of Geneva (1996), acquired his licence as a lawyer in Geneva (1998), and also obtained a Master's degree in international commercial law at the University of Kent (1999). After a career at HSBC Private BANK (Switzerland) SA and Bank Julius Bär as a legal advisor, Mr Olofsson founded his law firm in Geneva in 2003 and since then has practised independently. Mr Olofsson also served as a municipal councillor of the municipality of Lancy between 2006 and 2008 and was committed to the defence of the owners of villas on the Plateau de Saint-Georges. Meetings at his chambers are by appointment from Monday to Friday, 9am to 12 noon and 2pm to 5pm.
Mr Olofsson represents clients at state and private courts in all areas of law, and especially in the area of business law. Given the often international nature of litigations that are submitted, Mr Olofsson has a network of foreign representatives available to give the best advice by adopting a coherent strategy.
Mr Olofsson believes in a pragmatic approach to litigation and evaluates the costs and inherent risks of a brief on a case-by-case basis before accepting an instruction.