Legal 500: Norrbom Vinding is still ranked at the top
The ranking publication Legal 500, which each year evaluates the best lawyers and law firms, has just published their rankings in the field of labour and employment law in Denmark for 2023. Norrbom Vinding is recognised with the words “excellent boutique labour law practice”
Norrbom Vinding is once again placed in Tier 1. Yvonne Frederiksen and Jørgen Vinding maintain their positions in the top category “Hall of Fame”, and Christian K. Clasen is ranked as “Leading Individual”. In addition, Søren Skjerbek, Torben Mølgaard Hededal, Rikke Falk Dambo, Elsebeth Aaes-Jørgensen and Sara Baldus are recognised as “key lawyers”.
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The full ranking can be read here
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