I was born in 1984 and graduated in law from the University of Copenhagen in 2010. After my graduation, I worked as Head of Section at the Danish Refugee Appeals Board before I was employed as a deputy dis-trict judge at the Court of Glostrup. After four years at the Court of Glostrup, I took office as a senior deputy judge at the enforcement division of the City Court of Copenhagen in 1 April 2015.
During my time at the Courts of Denmark, I have heard almost all types of cases concerning civil, criminal, bankruptcy and in particular enforcement law as I was responsible for the daily operations of the Copen-hagen Enforcement Court, which is Denmark’s largest enforcement court. Through my work there I have been engaged in landlord and tenant law and other legal issues. Beside my work at the enforcement court, I have given lectures on enforcement law in practice, also in relation to landlord and tenant law, and acted as deputy to the Chairman of the Rent Tribunal and the Housing Appeals Board in the Munici-pality of Dragoer. I have extensive experience in litigation, in particular concerning termination of private and commercial leases.