10/10-13/10 2024
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Velkommen til København – Welcome to Copenhagen!

Join us at this year’s Practice Groups Days and explore Copenhagen, Denmark’s vibrant metropolis known for its rich history, picturesque sites, and contemporary cosmopolitan atmosphere.

This time, the Practice Groups Days will boast a strong attendance from Scandinavia: We are excited to announce that both Eurojuris Norway and Eurojuris Denmark will host their national congresses alongside our event in Copenhagen! There will be plenty of possibilities for networking and we are very much looking forward to welcoming many new joiners at the Practice Groups Days.

As always, there is an exclusive programme waiting for all participants: We will have PG sessions in interesting locations in the city, there will be a variety of sportive or touristic activities and, last but not least, we will dine in magnificent dinner venues. 

For all who would like to do ever more sightseeing: The city features countless famous attractions, from the iconic Nyhavn waterfront lined with colorful buildings to the historic architecture of Christiansborg Palace and the impressive Round Tower. Explore Tivoli Gardens and the city’s castles and palaces, and don’t forget to pay a visit to the Little Mermaid too.

Easy access:

Centrally positioned in Scandinavia, Copenhagen is easily accessible from various parts of the world through its well-connected airport, Kastrup Airport. If you have any queries or need assistance with your travel arrangements, please don’t hesitate to contact us.


Thursday, May 30th:

  • 13.00-17.00: Board meeting at the main hotel
  • 19.30: Welcome drinks for newcomers
  • 20.15: Departure for Dinner at Madklubben Vesterbro (Casual)

Friday, May 31st:

  • 8.00-9.00: Jogging
  • 09.30-14.30: PGs in different locations (see the event APP for more information)
  • 15.00-17.30: Networking/GA Norway at The Imperial
  • 15.30-18.00: IBG networking/ interactive session with the Chamber of Commerce at the Exchange
  • 17.30-18.30: GA EJ Denmark
  • 17.30-18.30: German desk at the Imperial
  • 18.30: departure by foot to the harbour
  • 19.00-19.40: transfer by boat to the restaurant
  • 20.00: Dinner at the Opera House ( Business casual + walking shoes)
  • 23.00: Return by Bus
  • 9.00-12.00: Plenary  session at the Imperial

Welcome by the International President Olivier Vibert
Welcome by the Norwegian President Bjarte Royrvik
Introduction by Chris Marston

Session by Chris Bull
The 2023 firm: A new model for a new era

Session by Louis Larret-Chahine about
Artificial Intelligence for Lawyers


  • 12.00-13.00: Danish Lunch at the Imperial
  • 13.00-13.30: Café francophone
  • 13.00-13.30: Chair’s debriefing
  • 12.00-16.00: IBG members only – Lunch at Schønnemanns and Networking tour at Rosenborg Castle 
  • 13.30-15.30: General Assembly EJ International
  • 14.30: Disc Golf at Valbyparken
  • 16.00: Activities (bike tour /football)
  • 19.30: departure for the farewell Dinner at Moltkes  Palace  by bus (dresscode: Business)

After dinner : Dancing

  • 23.00-2.00: return  by bus

📌 Note for Norwegian Participants: Norwegian participants need to register directly with Eurojuris Norway.
We can’t wait to share this experience with you and create lasting memories in Copenhagen!

PG Programme


Chris Bull:

Chris Bull has spent most of his career examining – and helping to redefine – the evolution of what a ‘law firm’ looks like. He has been talking to legal audiences for over a decade about the emerging ‘constellation’ of choices lawyers now have around their business model, client proposition, strategy, governance and organisation. As we arrive at the mid-point of the decade and as the world around us becomes yet more Volatile Uncertain Complex and Ambiguous (VUCA), there is more acceptance of the idea that law firms in 2030 will be transformed. But what will they look like? What are your firms’ options and alternatives? How do you start the journey towards your 2030 Firm? If you had to do just five things in the next year, what should they be?

You are having to make once-in-a-lifetime decisions against a background of the explosion in Generative AI, normalised hybrid working, Gen Z, Net Zero and volatility across economies, societies and markets. Chris brings some ideas that can help you navigate the years to come. He has spent time looking at how the most successful and dominant organisations of the 21st century have embedded agile principles. The demand to continuously improve and stay ahead of intensifying competition has made agility one of the critical capabilities of any modern organization, harnessing collaborative, self-organising, cross-functional teams focused intensely on clients. Chris is one of the first thinkers to explore how law firms could adapt these capabilities and he will present the practical outcomes of that work, expanding on the research in his 2021 book The Agile Law Firm, including the 10 essential agile attributes of the modern law firm.

Louis Larret-Chahine:
Artificial Intelligence for Lawyers

After a political sciences diploma and the Paris Bar Exam, several experiences in France and abroad have convinced Louis of the potential of technology for the legal professions. Co-founder of Predictice, he also teaches Ethics & AI in several universities in France.


The Square Hotel
(located 450m from The Imperial)

Wakeup Copenhagen, Bernstorffsgade
(located 1.2 km from The Imperial)

Congress hotel
The rooms reserved by Eurojuris are all booked. You can, of course, contact the hotel directly to reserve a room at regular price.

Contact us via :
Diane Tries
Secretary General
Iris Brokamp
Secretary General