Bringing new perspectives on novel technologies for societies that cherish human rights and human dignity.
Dr. Alexandra Andhov
University of Copenhagen
I am a lawyer whose primary focus is on how technology can help change corporate and capital markets in order to become more sustainable, inclusive, democratic, and fair.
As an Associate Professor of Corporate Law and Law and Technology at the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen, I have developed innovative research and teaching in the area of corporate and capital market law. My innovation course Start-up Law brings law students into the centre of start-up life and helps them understand how start-ups operate and how the role of lawyers is changing. The course DigiLawyer brings students closer to technology, legal design, and digital skills, whereas the course on Blockchain, allows students to understand the technology and design the regulation and governance in collaboration with software architects. Legal Tech Laboratory course provides students with the opportunity to work with the most recent legal tech technologies.
Law & Innovation
This publication provides direction on the wide array of legal questions and challenges that start-ups face. Start-up Law features analysis from Denmark, the US, Canada, Switzerland, and Israel.
Expert contributors address key legal issues for technology-based start-ups and entrepreneurs, as well as providing insights into the law and practice of the five countries.
Years of experience and success stories