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18 April, 2013

The Supreme Court Bulletin – public report of the court, case-law classifier and materials of the Judicial Conference

In the 6th issue of the Supreme Court Bulletin readers will be able to get acquainted with extended and varied information that may be useful for judges, prosecutors, advocates, developers of court policy, students and other interested persons.
16 April, 2013

Delegation of representatives of justice of Moldova gets acquainted with experience of the Supreme Court and the Board of Justice

On the 16th of April, delegation of representatives of justice of Moldova – chairs of courts, representatives of the Court Administration and the Ministry of Justice visited the Supreme Court to exchange experience and to get acquainted with Latvian court system, the Supreme Court and the Board of Justice.
11 April, 2013

Study of case-law in cases of racial, national and ethnic hatred is performed

According to the UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, which is binding to Latvia, concept “race” is realizable in broader meaning and it includes such motives of commitment of an offence, which are grounded by “ethnic” or “national” origination of an individual – compilation of case-law performed by the Supreme Court indicates.
11 April, 2013

The Saeima dismisses judges Lodzina and Treija from the post of a judge of the Supreme Court

Today, on the 11th of April, the Saeima decided to dismiss Skaidrite Lodzina, the senator of the Department of Civil Cases of the Senate, from the post of a judge of the Supreme Court by her own will.
26 March, 2013

Judges of the Supreme Court meet representative of government before international institutions of human rights

It has been envisaged that number of cases against Latvia heard in the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) will increase this year and in next several years, - admitted Kristine Lice, Representative of the Cabinet of Ministers before International Human Rights Institutions, when meeting judges of the Supreme Court.
25 March, 2013

Students from the Netherlands visit the Supreme Court

On Monday, the 25th of March, sixteen students of law from Leiden, the Netherlands, visited the Supreme Court. Students represent The European Law Students’ Association - ELSA, which is international, independent, non-political non-profit organisation.
20 March, 2013

Book of the judge Petersone about civil legal protection of intellectual property is published

The book “Means of civil legal protection of intellectual property” written by Zane Petersone, the Doctor of Law and the judge of the Chamber of Civil Cases of the Supreme Court, published by the Court House Agency, could be useful to readers, who are interested in intellectual property and means of legal protection of that in nowadays.
19 March, 2013

The Department of Administrative Cases provides an opportunity of practice to students

To give an opportunity to students of programmes of law to consolidate theoretical knowledge obtained in a high-school and to learn practical skills in fields related to adjudication, the Supreme Court has launched a new project – to offer opportunities of practice to students.
6 March, 2013

The European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms affects judicature of the Senate even more

The European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms has become an instrument applied in daily work in the Senate of the Supreme Court, - this is concluded in research about interaction of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and the Supreme Court performed by Martins MIts, the doctor of law, by an order of the Supreme Court.
1 March, 2013

Security deposit shall be paid, when filing a cassation complaint and an ancillary complaint in administrative cases

As from the 1st of March, security deposit in amount of LVL 50 shall be paid, when filing a cassation complaint in an administrative case and security deposit in amount of LVL 10 shall be paid, when filing an ancillary complaint.