- Bech-Bruun News
- 03 May 2016
Bech-Bruun lawyer selected as person of talent
Again this year, a Bech-Bruun lawyer stands out as one of the young talents in Denmark. Berlingske has selected Camilla Søgaard Hudson as a person of talent in "Talent 100" 2016.
Every year, Berlingske Business Magasin selects 100 talents in Denmark on the basis of recommendations from Danish undertakings. And again this year, one of Bech-Bruun's lawyers has made it onto the list of the 100 selected talents. Camilla Søgaard Hudson, lawyer of Bech-Bruun, has been selected as one of the future profiles in the Danish business sector.
Camilla Søgaard Hudson (28) specialises in dispute resolution and transport law. According to Johannes Grove Nielsen, partner of Bech-Bruun's Dispute Resolution, Construction and Insurance & Transport practice group, there is no doubt as to why Camilla is a talent distinguishing herself:
"Camilla's theoretical and practical ballast is at an extremely high level for such a young lawyer. She has got the whole package, and she also has in-depth knowledge of how to operate a law firm. All of these qualities make her quite special, and clients as well as partners and opponents appreciate and respect her. The fact that she is also extremely positive and always in high spirits only makes the joy of working together with Camilla even better."
With Berlingske's selection of Camilla as a person of talent, Bech-Bruun makes its mark with an employee among Danish talents selected for the ninth year running. Last year, Sandro Ratkovic was selected as a person of talent and, in past years, Thomas Bøgedal Kristiansen, Anne Buhl Bjelke, Johannes Grove Nielsen and Mikkel Friis Rossa have been included among Berlingske's talents.