On 8 June at 10.00, Paul Craig, the world's leading academician of the EU law, co-author of Craig & de Burca “EU Law: Text, Cases and Materials” – the famous ‘Bible’ of the EU law and professor of English Law at the University of Oxford, will give a guest lecture “The EU and EU law: Institutional and Substantive Challenges” at the Gold Hall of Riga Latvian Society.

The event is organized by the Latvian Law Institute in the framework of its program of guest lecturers. The event is supported by the Supreme Court, the Competition Council, the Council of Sworn Advocates, the Riga Latvian Society and the magazine "Jurista Vārds".

Language of the lecture: English language without translation into Latvian, duration: ~2 hours and half an hour for the question and answer session.
Participation in the lecture is free of charge with invitations from the Latvian Institute of Law. Applications for invitations should be sent to: edijs.poga@lti.lv.

For more information see here

The Latvian Institute of Law is an independent, non-political, non-governmental non-profit association, which brings together individuals with a common interest in Latvian law and its development. The Institute is always and everywhere acting independently and stands outside the policy of political parties. The mission of the Institute is to promote the further restoration, consolidation and development of the Republic of Latvia as a country of democratic righteousness governed by the rule of law.  


Information prepared by Iveta Jaudzema, International Cooperation Specialist of the Supreme Court
E-mail: iveta.jaudzema@at.gov.lv; telephone: +371 67020396