Get the most recent knowledge within law
The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) offers qualifying continuing education for lawyers who want to add new knowledge to their expertise.
Continuing and further legal education may also be relevant for those who do not have a legal background, but need to know about legislation and the regulatory framework within their specific field of work.
Focus on changes or specific legal areas
By registering for continuing legal education, you will be updated on upcoming changes within law.
UCPH also offers courses that focus on a specific area of current legislation. You can study the specific subject you are working with in your job.
And studying at the University of Copenhagen you are guaranteed a high academic level. The teaching is embedded in a research-based environment in which the latest knowledge is communicated by experts.
I really liked that the course was a combination of academic presentations and hearing about and discussing issues from 'the real world
With a customised course, you can organise a course for a group of employees together with lecturers from the Faculty of Law. You will get a course that is aimed at your needs. Focus can be on enhancing your skills based on your company’s strategic goals, updating you on new legislation or handling new opportunities and requirements generated by societal developments.
Together with you, the faculty’s researchers will plan a course that will give you the highest return on your investment in continuing education.
Depending on your requests, the course can take place at your workplace or at the Faculty of Law at South Campus. The Faculty of Law is located right by the metro station at Islands Brygge, and with free parking for course participants.
Contact us for an informal dialogue on how we can accommodate your needs.
Faculty of Law
Continuing and further education
Steen Vive, Senior Consultant
Tel.: +45 31 27 36 90
Very interesting and informative course that was relevant for my practice.
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