Dan Stampe-Terkildsen

Advokat / Partner, Head of Litigation and Arbitration, Denmark

My service areas

  • International Arbitration
  • Dispute Resolution

Practice Area

Litigation and Arbitration hereunder international cases conducted in English. Dan is in addition to his work as counsel frequently acting as arbitrator in domestic and international arbitrations. Furthermore,
he has been an expert witness on the subject of Danish Law in foreign proceedings especially in the US.

Professional experience

Ministry of Justice
Legal clerk 1987 – 1990

Poul Schmith (legal advisor to the Danish Government)
Attorney-at-law 1990 – 1993

Pedersen & Jantzen
Attorney-at-law 1993 – 1997

Osborne Clarke (UK)
Partner in 1997 – 2006

Partner and founder 2006 – 2017

Lundgrens Law Firm
Partner and attorney 2018 – 2023

Partner and Head of Litigation and Arbitration 2024 – Present

Other present or past positions

  • Honorary Member of the Legal Debating Society at the University of Copenhagen
  • Assistant Professor in Commercial Law at the University of Copenhagen 1990 – 2008
  • Assistant Professor in International Commercial Arbitration” at the University of Copenhagen 2011 – 2016
  • Assistant Professor in International Commercial Law” at Copenhagen Business School 2016 – Present
  • Member of the National Board of the Conservative Party 1984 – 2000
  • Chairman of the Conservative Party in Copenhagen 1991 – 2000

Bar admissions

  • Member of the International Bar Association (”IBA”)
  • Member of the Danish Bar Association’s Criminal Law Committee

Board member

  • Ropenhagen A/S
  • Premier Cru A/S
  • Enstall ApS
  • KommPress A/S
  • FOF København


  • International Arbitration Law Review (2005): The New Danish Arbitration Act
  • European Arbitration Review 2007: Arbitration Agreements in Danish Law Global
  • Arbitration Review 2008: Confidentiality in International Arbitration
  • IBA Litigation Committee Handbook Spring 2010: Practice note on Regulation (EC) no 1348/200 on service in Member States of Judicial and Extrajudicial documents in civil or commercial matters
  • Summer 2010: New Possibilities for and First Experiences with Class Actions in Denmark
  • International Litigation Newsletter May 2017: Digital Revolution of Court Cases in Denmark
  • Country Chapter on Third Party Funding in Getting the Deal Through (2017)
  • Country Chapter on Denmark in Getting the Deal Through: Appeals (2018)