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10 September, 2018

THE DISCIPLINARY COURT WILL BE CHAIRED BY JUDGE INARA GARDA

On Monday, September 10, judge of the Department of Civil Cases Inara Garda was elected as a member of the Disciplinary Court at the Plenary Session of the Supreme Court. She was also confirmed as the chair of the Disciplinary Court.
10 September, 2018

JUDGE AIGARS STRUPISS IS APPOINTED AS CHAIR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL CASES AND MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE JUDICIARY

On September 10, judge Aigars Strupiss was appointed as chair of the Department of Civil Cases at the Plenary Session of the Supreme Court. According to the Law "On Judicial Power", the chairs of departments are appointed by the General Meeting of Judges for a term of five years.
8 September, 2018

BICKOVICS: THE BALANCE OF POWER AND PROFESSIONAL INDEPENDENCE IS NOT SELF-INTEREST, BUT THE GUARANTEE OF RIGHT TO A FAIR TRIAL

“Each judge in the courtroom is the face of the judicial system of Latvia for those people who have turned to the court and have come to the court often only once in a lifetime”, Ivars Bickovics, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and Chair of the Council for the Judiciary, reminded to all judges at the Latvian Judges’ Conference.  
6 September, 2018

THE SUPREME COURT WELCOMES THE CENTENARY CONFERENCE GUESTS

Guests have already arrived to take part in the Latvian Judges' Conference, which will take place on September 7 and will be devoted to the centennial of the Latvian judicial system. Representatives of the Supreme Courts from countries that also celebrate their centenary are among the guests. These countries are Lithuania, Estonia, Finland and Poland.
3 September, 2018

JUDGES’ CONFERENCE DEDICATED TO CENTENARY OF THE LATVIAN JUDICIAL SYSTEM WILL TAKE PLACE ON FRIDAY

The Latvian Judges’ Conference, which will be held on September 7, will be devoted to the centennial of the Latvian judicial system and its prospects for the future. The special guests of the conference are representatives of the Supreme Courts from countries that also celebrate their centenary – Lithuania, Estonia, Finland and Poland.