Henriette Soja has been specialising in environmental law for many years and is among the leading attorneys in Denmark within this area of the law. She has thus advised in many leading cases within the areas of environmental, planning and construction law and has conducted negotiations and a large number of cases of general public importance within all the areas which are traditionally handled by the municipal technical administration and the municipal supply sector.
Henriette has many years' experience in environmental due diligence projects, compliance programmes and risk management in private enterprises. She has represented municipalities and private enterprises in some of the largest environmental and construction cases in recent years and has carried out legal investigations within the areas of environmental, planning and construction law.
Henriette teaches on the assistant attorney programme and the special environmental law programme under Local Government Denmark (LGDK). Since 1998, she has been a part-time lecturer at the Copenhagen Business School in the subject damages and insurance and has earlier lectured on public law at the University of Copenhagen. Henriette performs comprehensive course and lecturing activities, including special courses for authorities and private enterprises concerning environmental, municipal and administrative law.
Henriette is mentioned in the following international legal directories:
Legal 500 - Environment (Recommended Lawyer and Leading Individual)
Best Lawyers - Environmental Law
The successful climate change adaptation agreement
The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Environment & Climate Change Law 2012
The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Environment & Climate Change Law 2011
New organisation of the recycling sector on the way
3 December 2021
Horten recognised as leading law firm by Legal 500
12 April 2019
Does waste incineration play a role in a circular economy?
31 January 2017
Amendments to the Planning Act - conclusion of political agreement
10 June 2016
Tangeværket's continued operation is not covered by the environmental impact assessment rules
1 June 2016
Waste suited for incineration is perhaps to be opened to competition
17 May 2016
EU action plan sets targets for future waste disposal
25 January 2016
The waste sector's role in a circular economy
20 January 2016