On June 10, a delegation from the Oslo District Court visited the Supreme Court to learn about the court's work, facilities, security and IT solutions in the court building. Among the guests there were the staff of the Oslo courthouse, who ensure daily operation of the court, namely  the head of the court service, administrators and coordinators, the head and staff of the security service participated in the meeting.

During the meeting, Sandra Lapiņa, Head of the Administration of the Supreme Court, introduced the visitors with the structure, functions, logistics and composition of the Administration of the Supreme Court. Uldis Čuma-Zvirbulis, the Head of the Finance Division, gave information about the court's budget, premises, management and security. Pāvels Veļeckis, Head of the Information Technology Division, informed about the IT equipment and Elīna Majore, Head of the Chancellery, spoke about the circulation of documents in the Supreme Court, including the circulation of electronic documents, court communication with parties to proceedings and customer service.

At the conclusion of the visit, the guests walked the corridors of the Palace of Justice, visited its courtrooms, offices and the Supreme Court Museum.

The guests warmly welcomed the experience gained during the meeting and the opportunity to explore the court premises. They looked with admiration at the Supreme Court Museum, appreciating the importance of preserving historical evidence, expressing a desire to start forming a similar museum in their courthouse.

During the visit, the Norwegian delegation also visited the Riga Regional Court in order to learn about its work and management.



Information prepared by Baiba Kataja, the Press Secretary of the Supreme Court

Tel.: +371 67020396; e-mail: baiba.kataja@at.gov.lv