About the Council for the Judiciary

The print version
16 February, 2016

The Judges’ Conference will be dedicated to issues related to ethics

The Council for the Judiciary decided to dedicate Latvian Judges’ Conference to issues related to judicial ethics.
16 February, 2016

Preservation of participation of the state in Courthouse Agency is supported

The Council for the Judiciary supports strategic goal of the state joint-stock company “Courthouse Agency” – effective management of infrastructure of the system of justice – and preservation of participation of the state in the agency.
16 February, 2016

Further development of process of sworn advocates in civil procedure is discussed

The Council for the Judiciary considers that in order to promote implementation of the advocates’ process in adjudication of civil cases, more extensive discussions and more weighted analysis are necessary, observing Latvian circumstances; however, the Council has not yet decided on support to this concept.
12 February, 2016

The Council for the Judiciary will discuss advocate’s procedure in civil cases and other issues

In the sitting of the Council for the Judiciary to be held on Monday, 15 February, several issues will be reviewed upon proposal of the Ministry of Justice.
1 February, 2016

Reorganised courts of Latgale region start work

As from today, 1 February, two joined district (city) courts and Land Registry offices, namely, Daugavpils court and the Land Registry office of Daugavpils court, and Rezekne court and Land Registry office of Rezekne court start work in catchment area of Latgale regional court.
19 January, 2016

Judges from Balvi and Ludza have been transferred to Rezekne court and judges from Preili and Kraslava – to Daugavpils court

Due to reorganisation of district (city) courts included in Latgale court region, which envisages establishing of two district courts in Latgale court region as from 1 January 2016, the Council for the Judiciary decided on transfer of judges of courts to be annexed.