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1 December, 2016

Saeima appoints Zane Petersone as Judge of the Supreme Court

1 December, the Saeima (Parliament) appointed Zane Petersone as judge of the Supreme Court and removed her from office in Riga Regional Court.
28 November, 2016

Sharing Experiences on the Role of the Supreme Courts in Work of the Councils for the Judiciary, in Public Education and in Reduction of Time Limit for Proceedings

In late November, the representatives of Supreme Court in the framework of the project "Supreme Courts as guarantee for effectiveness of judicial systems in EU" took part in the Experience Exchange Seminar in the Supreme Court of Hungary.
17 November, 2016

THE SUPREME COURT IS VISITED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN LAW INSTITUTE

On Wednesday, November 16, the Supreme Court was visited by Diana Wallis, the president of the European Law Institute.
14 November, 2016

The Plenary Session nominates Janis Neimanis for position of Judge of the Constitutional Court

On Monday, November 14, the Plenary Session or the General Meeting of Judges of the Supreme Court nominated Janis Neimanis, Judge of the Department of Administrative Cases, for position of Judge of the Constitutional Court.
11 November, 2016

THE SUPREME COURT DONATES STAND OF OLD PHOTOGRAPHS TO RIGA REGIONAL COURT

On November 10 at the solemn meeting of Riga Regional Court, which was dedicated to the Latvian Independence Day, Ivars Bickovics, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presented a gift to colleagues – a historical photo-stand. It is a reminder of judges of Riga Regional Court, who strengthened the rule of law during the first period of the independence of Latvia.
3 November, 2016

LATVIAN JUDGES GET ACQUINTED WITH THE JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE OF CANADA

From 24th to 28th of October, Ivars Bickovics, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court together with the chairmen of the regional courts and representatives of the Court Administration in their experience exchange visit took note of the Canadian judicial system.
2 November, 2016

INTARS BISTERS IS REASSIGNED TO THE POSITION OF JUDGE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL CASES

Effective November 2: Intars Bisters, the judge of the Chamber of Civil Cases, with the decision of the Judicial Council is reassigned to the position of judge of the Department of Civil Cases of the Supreme Court.
31 October, 2016

YOUNG LAWYERS UNIVERSITY STUDENTS GET TO KNOW THE WORK OF SUPREME COURT

Saturday, 29 October, 54 students of the Young Lawyers University from all over Latvia visited Supreme Court. Emerging law students were introduced to the work, expertise, solving of cases in the cassation instance court of the Supreme Court. Students found out how to become a judge and what skills and knowledge should a person have to perform this job successfully. To get to know daily life of the court, students had an excursion through the long hallways of the Court Palace, visited court halls and museum, as well as watched the movie Latvian Senate – 95. Yesterday and Today. Before leaving, students expressed a willingness to come to the court one more time and participate in a hearing as audience.
27 October, 2016

WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF INTERNATIONAL PROJECT, EXPERIENCE IS BEING SHARED ABOUT PUBLISHING OF COURT RULINGS, DATA BASES AND COOPERATION WITH UNIVERSITIES

On October 19, within the framework of the project „Supreme Courts as guarantee for effectiveness of judicial system in the European Union”, the representatives of the Supreme Court participated in a meeting in the Lithuanian Supreme Court and for three consecutive days took part in discussions and workshops together with delegations from Lithuanian, Hungarian and Spanish Supreme Courts.
24 October, 2016

BULLETIN OF THE SUPREME COURT – CONFERENCE MATERIALS OF JUSTICES, LEGAL THOUGHTS AND LEGAL PRAXIS

Currently being printed, the 13th edition of the Bulletin of the Supreme Court is already accessible in electronic form. The edition comprises wide range of information about the work of the Supreme Court, the Council for the Judiciary and other institutions of the judicial system. Courts and judicial institutions, faculties of law and libraries of higher educational institutions will receive the Bulletin in the printed version.