Christian Lüscher mainly focuses on litigation, banking and commercial law, construction law, landlord-tenant disputes, white collar crime, and international judicial assistance in civil and criminal matters.
He was admitted at the Geneva Bar in 1990, and attended law school in the United States graduating as a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Tulane Law School in 1991. He founded his own firm in 1994, and joined ZPG as a partner in 2005, which merged with CMS in 2014. In 2001, he was elected as a member of the Geneva Parliament. He reached the federal level in 2007 as a member of the Swiss Parliament.
He is a member of the committee for legal affairs and the committee for foreign affairs. In 2014, he also chairs the committee for immunity of the National Council.
He is a vice-president of the liberal-radical party, a right of centre group generally well disposed to business interests.