Judicature of the Supreme Court and its role in development of judicial thought in Latvia

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International Conference dedicated to 15th anniversary of operation of the Senate and Chambers of the Supreme Court

Judicature of the Supreme Court and its role in development of judicial thought in Latvia

October 15, 2010

The Great Hall of the University of Latvia, Raina Boulevard 19, Riga, Latvia
 

The Programme of the Conference

Opening of the conference

Ivars BICKOVICS, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Latvia

Kristine STRADA-ROZENBERGA, Dr.iur., the Professor of the Faculty of Law of the Republic of Latvia, the Dean

 

Greetings

Valdis ZATLERS, the President of the State

Valdis DOMBROVSKIS, The Prime Minister of the Republic of Latvia

Gunars KUTRIS, the Chair of the Constitutional Court

Ilze PILSETNIECE, the Chair of Latvian Council of Sworn Notarie

Janis Grinbergs, the Chair of the Board of Sworn Advocates

 

First part

Irmgard GRISS, Hon Prof. Dr.iur., the President of the Supreme Court of Austria, The President of the Network of the Supreme Judicial Courts of the European Union :

Role of national Supreme Courts in the European law system

Märt RASK, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Estonia

Judicial power – a building stone of independent statehood

Gintaras KRYŽEVIČIUS, the President of the Supreme Court of Lithuania:

The role of the Supreme Court of Lithunia in the development of the court practice of Lithuania at this landmark event

 

Second part

Jānis PLEPS, M.iur, PhD student of the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia:

Challenges of the Senate of Latvia to nowadays

Daiga REZEVSKA, Dr.iur., Associated Professor of the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia:

Judicature as source of law: understanding and application

Māris VAINOVSKIS, M.iur., PhD student of the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia, the author of research of creation of Module of Judicature of Latvian Court Information System:

Topical questions about summarisation of judicature of Latvian courts

Egils LEVITS, Dr.iur.h.c., judge of the Court of the European Union:

Judicature – basics, problems, application

 


Third part

Ineta ZIEMELE, Ph.D., the judge of the European Court on Human Rights:

Compensation of invasion as principle of human rights and its implementation in Latvia

Ingrida LABUCKA, the judge of the Court of the First Instance of the European Union:

Review on judicature of General Court of the European Union in cases of government support and competition

Kalvis TORGANS, Dr.hab.iur., the senator of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Latvia, the Professor of the Faculty of Law of the Republic of Latvia:

Solutions of collisions of stability of protection of property and property circulation

 


Fourth part

Janis ROZENFELDS, Dr.iur., sw. advocate, the Professor of the Faculty of Law of the Republic of Latvia, the Head of the Department of Civil Law Sciences:

Creation of judicature of the Senate of the Supreme Court in disputes on rights in things

Valentina LIHOLAJA, Dr.iur., the Professor of the Faculty of Law of the Republic of Latvia, the Head of the Department of Criminal Law Sciences:

Possibilities of provision of uniform understanding of Criminal Law standards and role of courts in it

Jautrite BRIEDE, Dr.iur., the senator of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Latvia, Associated Professor of the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia:

Influence of judicature to development of administrative rights in Latvia

Kristine STRADA-ROZENBERGA, Dr.iur., the Professor of the Faculty of Law of the Republic of Latvia, the Dean:

Conclusions of Latvian scientists of Law in decisions of the Supreme Court

 

 

Organizers of the Conference

The Supreme Court of the Republic of Latvia

in cooperation with The Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia

Information support – journal “Jurista Vārds”