We are pleased to announce that our 2020 Conference will be held at the University of Wrocław followed by our 2021 Conference to be held at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. Read more
Find your way to the Faculty of Law by using this link.
If you are traveling to Copenhagen by plane
When you arrive in Copenhagen Airport, you may use the Metro or a taxi from the airport to the Faculty of Law. The journey from Copenhagen Airport to the Faculty of Law takes approximately 25 minutes.
The Metro service runs from the far end of the arrival hall in Terminal 3 to Christianshavn Station, where you have to change Metro line to go to Islands Brygge Metro Station. The Faculty is located 150 metres from Islands Brygge Metro Station.
If you prefer to take a taxi to the Faculty (about 14 km /24 Euro), you can pay with almost any credit card in any taxi in Copenhagen.
IT- and AV-equipment during Parallel Panel Sessions
Our Parallel Panel Session rooms have audiovisual equipment, which allows presenters to connect a laptop to show presentations. There are no computers in the room, so please bring your own computer to show your presentations.
If your computer does not have a HDMI-output, please bring an adaptor for your particular display-output.
Find an overview of the Parallel Panel Session rooms and their equipment here.
The University of Copenhagen offers Eduroam. In order to use Eduroam, you have to connect to the eduroam network. The authentication will be provided by your home institution. If your home institution does not provide you with Eduroam access, you may use University of Copenhagen’s guest network KU-Guest. You will need to register on location at the Faculty of Law in order to obtain access to KU-Guest.
Find the guide for accessing KU-Guest by clicking on this link.
If you are having troubles with accessing our Wi-Fi, we will be happy to assist you in the Legal Knowledge Center at the Faculty of Law.
Certificates verifying your attendance at the ICON·S 2017 Conference will be provided to you in your Conference package, which you will receive when registering for the Conference. Should you have special requirements for the attendance certificate that are not covered by the one provided to you, please approach us at the registration desk.
We will have two info points for the Conference, where help will be available to you. Our personnel will be clearly visible and will be happy to assist you in every way they can, should you have encounter any problems or have Conference-related questions. Do not hesitate to approach them – they are there to help.
The info points are located by the entrance from Njalsgade 76 and in the Legal Knowledge Centre on the ground floor.
Should you find yourself in an emergency with no immediate help at hand during your stay in Copenhagen, you may reach Danish emergency services by calling 112 (ambulance, fire department and police) from any phone.