Lili von Geyso

Senior Associate & Notary Public


Areas of Expertise
  • Litigation / Dispute Resolution
  • Deceased Estates
  • Contractual Law
  • Labour Law
  • Notarial
  • Immigration Law
Qualifications
  • BCom Law – University of Pretoria
  • LLB – University of Pretoria
  • Right of Appearance in the High Court
Background
Lili is an associate at Bisset Boehmke McBlain.

Lili joined Bissets as a candidate attorney in 2014 and was appointed by Bisset Boehmke McBlain as an associate after being admitted in 2016. Lili was admitted as a Notary Public in November 2017.

She attended the German School in Pretoria and studied both BCom Law and LLB at the University of Pretoria.

Lili has acted for clients in a variety of matters in litigation and deceased estates, and in particular works with German-speaking clients or with clients who need assistance dealing with legal matters in Germany.

Did You Know?
During her studies, Lili played flute for the Pretoria Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, raised a guide dog for the South African Guide Dog Association and studied Spanish.

In her spare time, Lili enjoys travelling, hiking and competitive swimming. She also loves dancing tango and salsa, and chairs a Spanish Meet-Up group.

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