Henriette Fenger Grønfeldt

Henriette Fenger Grønfeldt

Henriette Fenger Grønfeldt graduated with a Master of Law from the University of Aarhus. Her first job was for the Government of Greenland as legal officer at the Directorate of Health in Nuuk, handling appeals in the health care area and working with ministerial servicing and legislative work.

After a brief period in Denmark as a legal consultant at the Association of Danish Pharmacies with focus on legislative work and information to members on relevant legislation, the cold North called once again.

This time, Henriette was a project consultant with responsibility for drafting Greenland’s pharmaceutical legislation (this was adopted and is still in force).

Henriette then returned to Denmark as in-house lawyer for the Danish National Library Authority. Her focus was on copyright and negotiating license agreements.

In 2006, Henriette joined the University of Copenhagen – first as in-house lawyer at the Faculty of Life Sciences, and since 2008, as special legal adviser in the Technology Transfer Office.

With more than 50 university license agreements under her belt, Henriette is a skilled negotiator with experience with almost any imaginable type of intellectual property.
Henriette has since 2007 been a member of ASTP and participated on numerous ASTP courses and conferences around Europe.