"Law is a super broad education with a lot of opportunities, and it gives a broad societal understanding. It is the contract law that I have an interest in. It gives the opportunity to work more project-oriented," Nichlas explains about his choice of education.
"You don't get much more complex contracts in construction law than what we are dealing with. You are thrown into it as a young lawyer when you work with FIDIC contracts or similar contracts. It's a special area of law that you don't get to see up close in many other places - it's on the top shelf."
This is how Nichlas describes the international template for how a contract should look - the international counterpart to AB in Danish law. It sets the framework for how an international contract should be, which is then modified by the customer to suit the specific project.