read for a Master of Laws at the University of Copenhagen in 2017 and a Magister Juris at the University of Oxford in 2018. Since graduating, Amelie has worked as an assistant attorney in the litigation department. Having taken postgraduate degrees in both civil and common law jurisdictions, she often works on cross-jurisdictional disputes. In addition to this, Amelie assists Danish clients in tort and insurance disputes and has, since she passed her bar exam, been representing clients in the city courts. Amelie will fully qualify as a lawyer in September 2021.
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