Maria Gisela Brammer

Maria Gisela Brammer

Maria Gisela Brammer is an assistant attorney. She works predominantly with litigation, where she assists in solving specific tasks in large complex litigation cases and independently handles suitable cases. Her work is carried out in close collaboration with the lawyers.

Maria holds a Master of Laws degree from the University of Copenhagen, class of 2022. During her studies, Maria spent a semester as an exchange student at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

After completing her Master of Laws degree – and until signing up with offersen:christoffersen – she was head of section at the Danish Ministry of Immigration and Integration, in the Department of Asylum.

Maria has worked as a volunteer legal advisor at Copenhagen Legal Aid since 2021.

Christine Poller Novak

Sune Klinge

Sune Klinge

Sune Klinge focuses on litigation and arbitration involving complex legal issues, and he has extensive experience in advising on compliance and climate law issues. He is also a certified arbitrator.

Sune Klinge has particular expertise in public law, including cases involving conflicts between Danish law and EU law or human rights. This includes, for example, cases in the field of environmental law or real estate.

The legal certainty of citizens and the difference between being right and be given right have always been motivating for Sune Klinge, and are also the analytical guideline for his research at the University of Copenhagen, including Sune Klinge’s PhD thesis on EU directives and fundamental rights. Sune Klinge advises businesses, NGOs and ordinary citizens.

Sune Klinge is a member of Young Arbitrators Copenhagen (YAC) and The Danish Arbitration Association. He has also served as a temporarily appointed judge in the Eastern High Court and has thus gained in-depth knowledge of litigation, including criminal law and criminal procedure.

Sune Klinge has also been a visiting researcher at the internationally leading European University Institute in Florence, Italy.

Sune Klinge regularly participates in the public debate through, for example, columns and public debate events, where the green agenda in particular is a recurring focal point.

Tina Lytzen

Tina Lytzen

Astrid Reymann Bødker

Astrid Reymann Bødker

Astrid Reymann Bødker undertakes various case management independently and contributes to well-defines tasks in larger cases.

Astrid Reymann Bødker studies a Master’s degree in law at the University of Copenhagen.


René Offersen

René Offersen

René Offersen is recognised as a leading individual within dispute resolution, including for his long-standing experience before the Danish Supreme Court and as an arbitrator.

René Offersen

René Offersen is particularly experienced in handling financially and factually complicated lawsuits on contractual breach, management liability, auditor’s liability, prospectus liability and avoidance and he also conducts lawsuits on public law and corporate regulation, including sector-specific competition rules. Furthermore, his competence extends to white-collar crime.

René Offersen was a member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration in Paris (2015-2021) and is affiliated to the LCIA (London) and VCCA (Lithuania). His arbitration experience spans the Danish Institute of Arbitration, the Danish Building and Construction Arbitration Board, ad hoc arbitration tribunals, the ICC, the SCC (Stockholm) and the FAI (Helsinki).

Since 1993, René Offersen has provided advice on the rules for procurement and has conducted a large number of proceedings involving these rules before the Danish Complaints Board for Public Procurement as well as the Danish courts. He has authored books and academic articles on these rules. Within the fields of IT and telecoms, he also has in-depth specialist knowledge on complex contractual relationships, accumulated from, for example, advising on structured processes, failed IT projects and dispute resolution.

René Offersen has acted in a number of high-profile lawsuits of social significance. He has authored critically acclaimed politico-legal debate books on the so-called Brixtofte case (a white-collar criminal case against a former Danish mayor and minister) and the so-called Cold War case (a Supreme Court libel action). Generally, René Offersen is keen to engage in the debate on politics and the law through articles and as a speaker.

Jonas christoffersen

Jonas christoffersen

Jonas Christoffersen offers advice in complex litigation for businesses, the public sector, organisations and individuals, especially in the field of public law and human rights. Jonas Christoffersen can also give advice in investigative commissions, liability cases and criminal justice. He advises with particular expertise in the areas of human rights, discrimination and social responsibility.

Attorney Jonas Christoffersen will undertake complex litigation for businesses, the public sector, organisations and individuals, especially in the field of public law and human rights. Jonas Christoffersen can also assist in investigative commissions, liability cases and criminal justice. He advises with particular expertise in the areas of human rights, discrimination and social responsibility.

Jonas Christoffersen has an exceptionally broad business background and is one of Denmark’s leading human rights specialists. His areas of expertise are wide ranging, not least because human rights are now relevant in almost all parts of the community, just as human rights have a legal complexity. Jonas Christoffersen’s previous work as both researcher and executive director provide him special insight and a professional background that no other attorney in Denmark possesses.

Jonas Christoffersen has appeared in both the High Court and the Supreme Court, just as he has participated in proceedings before the European Court of Human Rights. As Director of the Danish Institute for Human Rights for eleven years, he has advised the government, Parliament, public authorities and companies on all forms of legal issues that intersect with human rights. As Director, Jonas Christoffersen has assumed academic responsibility for countless reports, analyses, studies and consultation responses on human rights both in Denmark and abroad. He also has in-depth knowledge of Greenland as well as an involvement with human rights work in a number of other countries.

Before Jonas Christoffersen became Director of the Institute for Human Rights, he was a researcher at the University of Copenhagen and wrote a recognised doctoral dissertation on the Court of Human Rights.

In addition, Jonas Christoffersen has also worked as a clerk in the Supreme Court and has been temporarily appointed as a judge in the Eastern High Court. He received his attorney’s licence and was admitted to the High Court while with Gorrissen Federspiel Law firm.

Jonas Christoffersen was appointed Knight of the Order of the Dannebrog in 2018 and in 2019 received the Hartmann Prize for his work in promoting human rights and the rule of law in Denmark. He is a member of the Council on Data Ethics as well as the Danish Football Association’s Ethical Committee.

Peter Hulthin Rasmussen

Peter Hulthin Rasmussen

Lene Grønne

Lene Grønne

Lene Grønne has special competence in complex litigation and she handles independent tasks during the preparation phase. She also administers various foundations and she facilitates the meetings of boards of directors and performs other administrative duties.

Lene Grønne

Lene is furthermore overseeing the procurement for the lawfirm and she is the contact person for IT and other external suppliers. Lene Grønne is secretary of ‘Artists’ Association Grønningen’ and ‘Sculptor, Professor Gottfred & Gerda Eickhoff’s Foundation’. Before Lene Grønne became legal secretary in 2003, she was an inspector at Søllerød Kro. She graduated from Ringkøbing Gymnasium.