Jacob Brandt has worked with environmental law for several years and handled numerous cases of great significance to clients, society and the political development within this field of expertise.
From his employment with the Ministry of the Environment and rendering advice to particularly public clients for many years, Jacob has gained in-depth knowledge of problematic issues, also within fields other than legal, and he often acts as a strategic sounding board to clients. He primarily advises public authorities and enterprises on all aspects of supply, environmental and nature protection by way of, for example, processing building and construction projects before the authorities. This has involved some of Denmark's largest infrastructure projects as well as planning and construction law issues in connection with urban and project development. Jacob generally handles municipal and administrative law issues as an integral part of cases, and he masters the very complex regulation in a remarkable way.
In addition, being the chairman of the sustainable development committee of the National Association for Building, a board member of the ATV Foundation for Soil and Groundwater (ATV Jord og Grundvand) as well as the chairman of the waste law network and a member of the technical council of DAKOFA - Waste and Resource Network Denmark, Jacob has a strong interdisciplinary knowledge of the issues and development of these sectors.