Djøf is a trade union, a professional organisation representing members who study or work within the areas of law, economics, strategy, management, politics, administration, business, research, communication and more.
Our 103,000 members work at all levels in the private or public sector, from student assistant to CEO.
Forbundet Kultur og Information (KI) – The Danish Union of Cultural and Information Academics – is an independent trade union, formed to secure wage and working conditions and cultivate the profession of librarianship in Denmark. Today, the union organizes approximately 4,300 members.
Bech-Bruun is a market-oriented law firm offering a wide range of specialist advisory services to large sections of the Danish corporate and public sectors as well as global enterprises. Counting more than 500 experienced and highly specialised employees, of which 69 are partners, we are one of Denmark’s leading full-service law firms.
We employ a team of almost 500 dedicated people, who work together to provide quality services for our clients. Currently, our employees include around 300 lawyers covering a long list of practice areas.
The vast majority of Kromann Reumert’s lawyers are qualified Danish lawyers, but we also have lawyers qualified to practice in other jurisdictions.
We are the largest law firm in the Nordics as well as a global leader. As a client of ours, you’ll be met by dedicated lawyers with industry-specific knowledge, offering cutting-edge advice in both Denmark and across borders.
Poul Schmith/Kammeradvokaten are the primary attorneys to the Danish state – a role we are proud of and cherish. It places unique demands and expectations on our conduct and the services we provide. Responsiveness to change is a fundamental condition, and we aim to always provide services that exceed our clients’ expectations.
Gorrissen Federspiel ranks among the leading corporate law firms in Denmark and has strong international relations. Gorrissen Federspiel offers legal services within all areas of Danish and EU business law.