After graduating in jurisprudence and obtaining a postgraduate degree in European and International Law, Prof. Dr. L. Grosskopf, a qualified lawyer, became a lecturer in copyright and media law at the University of Bremen and at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences, where he now lectures as an honorary professor. Prof. Dr. L. Grosskopf was subsequently a practising lawyer - including many years as a partner - in a major Bremen law firm, where he established the department for IT, copyright and media law. During that period, Prof. Dr. L. Grosskopf was also the legal officer of one of the thirteen royalty collecting societies authorised in Germany.
Prof. Dr. L. Grosskopf is a "Certified Lawyer for Information Technology Law (IT-Law)" and a "Certified Lawyer for Copyright and Media Law".
Prof. Dr. L. Grosskopf is a Judge at the Lawyers' Court of Appeals of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, first instance for administrative lawyer matters (conferral or withdrawl of the admission to practice as a lawyer / conferral or withdrawl of a specialist lawyer title) and court of appeal for the Lawyers Disciplinary Court.
Prof. Dr. L. Grosskopf is chairman of the joint committee of the North Saxon Bar Associations, the Bar Association of Schleswig-Holstein and the Hanseatic Bar Association in Bremen for the certification of IT-lawyers.