This page serves as an English summary of the webpage of ELSA Denmark. ELSA Denmark is the national group of the Danish network in The European Law Student Association (ELSA). A network consists of 44 different national groups from countries all over Europe. With an estimate of about 50,000 members, ELSA is the worlds largest association of law students.

We offer a broad amount of activities through academic and social character. The purpose of the association is to add an international aspect to your legal education and to promote the knowledge and understanding of other countries legal system. This happens due to different local, national and international activities, with for example traineeships, law schools, moot court competitions, and seminars.

ELSA was founded in 1981 and is now present in more than 350 faculties in 44 European countries. It is an association based on local, national and international activity. In Denmark, ELSA is represented by the local groups in Aalborg, Aarhus, Odense, and Copenhagen. The four local groups are what makes ELSA Denmark. ELSA Denmark is the national group representing Denmark at international meetings held by ELSA’s International Board, which HQ is situated in Brussels, Belgium. You can read more about ELSA International on www.elsa.org.

As a member of ELSA in Denmark, you have a wide opportunity to participate in local national and international activities which you can read more about here.

In order to become a member of ELSA in Denmark, you need to contact the local group at your university, or us at secgen@dk.elsa.org.