Jeppe Songe-Møller


Jeppe Songe Møller. Photo.

Jeppe is partner with focus on IT/technology, AI, and digitalization.

His principal areas of work are data protection, cybersecurity, digital rights, licensing, as well as investigations, eDiscovery, disputes and appeals for the supervisory authorities.

Jeppe is a seasoned advisor to corporate and entrepreneur clients in contract negotiations, large transactions, and industrial investments. He assists international groups and key players within a range of sectors and industries, including IT, telecom, media, e-commerce, finance, retail, and health. He regularly gives advice within trade control, national security issues and foreign direct investment (FDI) screening.

Jeppe joined Schjødt in 2007, is a graduate of the Faculty of Law of the University of Bergen and holds a Master of Laws (LL.M) of King's College London. He has worked as legal advisor/acting head of section in the Norwegian Communications Authority (Nkom) focusing on mobile, satellite and broadcasting markets.

Jeppe has extensive experience as lecturer and course leader on GDPR compliance, e-commerce, customer loyalty programs and related matters. He is ranked no. 1 "Up & Coming"-lawyer within GDPR in The Norwegian Financial Daily's annual lawyer rankings in 2024, 2023, 2022, 2021 and 2020. Jeppe is leader for JUC Data Protection and Privacy Expert Network.


  • 2004

    Master of Laws (LL.M.), King's College London
  • 2003

    Cand. Jur., University of Bergen
  • 2001

    Exchange Studies, University of Sydney
  • 1995

    Officer's Training Academy, Norwegian Navy


  • 2021

    «Personopplysningsloven og personvernforordningen (GDPR) med kommentarer», Gyldendal Rettsdata
  • 2019

    «Getting The Deal Through: e-Commerce 2020», Law Business Research
  • 2019

    «Personopplysningsloven og personvernforordningen (GDPR) med kommentarer», Gyldendal
  • 2017

    «Bloomberg Law: Privacy & Data Security», Bloomberg BNA
  • 2016

    «File Sharing, Streaming and The Pirate Bay: Nordic Perspectives on Website Blocking», C.T.L.R. Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, London: Sweet & Maxwell, Issue 2