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1 December, 2014

STUDY BY THE SUPREME COURT PROMOTES UNITED CASE-LAW IN ISSUES RELATED TO ADOPTION OF CHILDREN

Study and conclusions made therein regarding case-law in adoption issues are accepted at the general meeting of judges of the Department of Civil Cases of the Supreme Court. The goal of research is to implement united case-law in cases on approval of adoption to promote faster approval of adoption of children and coming of children left without family to their new parents.
1 December, 2014

INTA LAUKA IS APPOINTED TO THE OFFICE OF A JUDGE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL CASES

As from today, 1 December, there is new judge in the Department of Civil Cases of the Supreme Court – Inta Lauka, who was a judge of the Chamber of Civil Cases, is appointed to this office. Decision on appointment of Inta Lauka to the office of a judge of cassation instance was adopted by the general meeting of judges of the Department of Civil Cases.
20 November, 2014

EDITE VERNUSA DISCHARGES DUTIES OF THE CHAIR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL CASES

As from today, 20 November, duties of the Chair of the Department of Civil Cases are discharged by the judge Edite Vernusa. The judge will discharge duties of the Chair of the department until the new Chair of the Department of Civil Cases will be elected.
20 November, 2014

TERM OF JUDICIAL POWERS OF ZIGMANTS GENCS EXPIRES

Having reached maximum age to hold a judicial office, on 19 November term of judicial powers of Zigmants Gencs, the Chair of the Department of Civil Cases of the Supreme Court expired.
19 November, 2014

CONCLUSIONS OF RESEARCH: PUNISHMENT FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING ARE INADEQUATE TO OFFENCE COMMITTED

When establishing punishment in criminal cases on human trafficking, nature and degree of harm of human trafficking offences and offences related to those are not assessed adequately, and as a result punishment is often inadequate to offence committed and it does not comply with purposes of punishment established in the Criminal Law, inter alia, preventive purpose to achieve, so that not only convicts, but also other individuals would obey the law and would refrain from commitment of an offence.
14 November, 2014

AWARD DIPLOMAS OF THE SUPREME COURT ARE GRANTED ON THE EVE OF NATIONAL HOLIDAY

It is a tradition of the Supreme Court to come together on the eve of the National Holiday and to thank judges and employees, who daily perform work, which is significant for the state.
13 November, 2014

COMMENTS ON THE CONSTITUTION IS “THE BOOK OF BOOKS” IN LATVIAN CASE-LAW

“Let the book of comments on the Constitution opened today, in which fundamentals of the Republic of Latvia and of the Constitution are explained, have valuable life and it would occupy place closer to work in shelves of legal practitioners instead of occupying a place of honour,” Ivars Bickovics, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, said, at the opening of an edition “Comments on the Constitution of the Republic of Latvia. Introduction. General Provisions”.
12 November, 2014

RECOGNITION DIPLOMAS OF THE SUPREME COURT ARE PRESENTED AT ANNIVERSARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LATVIA

Celebrating the 95th anniversary of the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia, Recognition Diplomas of the Supreme Court are granted to professors of the Faculty of Law Uldis Krastins, Valentija Liholaja and to the Dean of the faculty, the professor Kristine Strada-Rozenberga; Recognition Diplomas are granted for long-term cooperation and strengthening of rule of law.
7 November, 2014

ZANE PETERSONE CONDUCTS A SEMINAR ON MEDIATION TO JUDGES

On 7 November, Zane Petersone, the judge of the Chamber of Civil Cases of the Supreme Court, conducted training on application of mediation in civil proceedings to judges in Riga regional court.
7 November, 2014

JUDGES RECEIVE MARKS OF DISTINCTION OF THE SYSTEM OF JUSTICE

During festive event organised by the Ministry of Justice on the eve of Week of National Holidays on 7 November, the highest professional award – the Mark of Distinction of the System of Justice – was presented to 21 employees of the system of justice, inter alia, to Aija Branta and Anda Vitola, judges of the Supreme Court.