Specialises in advising and representing international companies, especially Scandinavian corporations, in The Netherlands.
Education and experience
Lise Heide-Jørgensen read law at the universities of Copenhagen (Denmark) and Amsterdam. She qualified in International Public Law (1993) and Dutch law (1998) at the University of Amsterdam.
She was a researcher between 1995 and 1997 at the Private Law Department of the University of Amsterdam under Professor Jan de Boer.
In 1997 appointed clerk of the Court of Appeal in The Hague.
In 1999 joined the cabinet of the Board of Advocates General of the Dutch Prosecution Service, becoming personal assistant to its chairman, Mr J.L. de Wijkerslooth.
Completed Specialist course Company Law at the University Leiden ('Specialisten opleiding Ondernemingsrecht')
In 2003, Lise Heide-Jørgensen started her legal practice with Wladimiroff lawfirm in The Hague, where she handled family law matters and criminal law matters.
In 2006, she founded Schutte Heide-Jørgensen advocaten together with Camilo Schutte. Lise Heide-Jørgensen acts as counsel in commercial litigation, with special emphasis on Danish business clients. She also sits as an arbitrator.
Speaks - besides her mother tongues Danish and Dutch - English, German and Spanish.
Lise is the chairman of the Danish Dutch Business Club (DDBC).