Data Protection Law Forum

About the Data Protection Law Forum

Plesner has launched the Data Protection Law Forum to follow, analyse and support the developments in data protection law.

The purpose is to create an informal place for practitioners and theoreticians to meet and get new knowledge and inspiration and to discuss the most recent data protection law developments, challenges and problems.

The forum consists of a number of courses and events where the focus is on fundamental and current data protection law issues. New events will be added on a continuous basis according to demand.

Target group

The Data Protection Law Forum is directed at particularly lawyers and attorneys working for undertakings, organisations and authorities dealing with data protection law issues in whole or in part, for example in connection with human relations, marketing, IT services, specific processing/administrative reviews etc.

There are no obligations attached to the participation in the Data Protection Law Forum and the members themselves decide which, and how many, events and courses they wish to participate in.

Training points

You will receive training points for your participation in all events under the rules on the continuous obligatory supplementary training courses for Danish attorneys and assistant attorneys.

When and where

All events are held at Plesner Law Firm, Amerika Plads 37, 2100 Copenhagen Ø, Denmark. Breakfast will be served at 8.30 am before each event.

The events will be a mixture of free events and events for which a participation fee will be charged.


It is necessary to register for each event as the number of seats is limited. You can register under each event.

Plesner reserves the right to limit the number of members and to reject requests for membership/registration for courses and events. Any cancellations will be notified by email and on our website.

Please note: The majority of the events will be held in Danish

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