As of this week, the monograph ‘Administrative Procedure Law’, the first textbook on administrative procedure law in Latvian, is available for purchase.

The authors of the book are the lecturers of the Department of Public Law of the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia: Dr. iur. Jautrīte Briede, professor, judge of the Constitutional Court, Dr. iur. Edvīns Danovskis, associate professor, senior legal advisor of the Saeima Legal Bureau, and Anita Kovaļevska, lecturer, senator of the Senate's Department of Administrative Cases.

The book was reviewed by Veronika Krūmiņa, Chair of the Senate’s Department of Administrative Cases, Jānis Kārkliņš, Head of the Department of Civil Law Sciences of the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia, and Gatis Litvins, Director of the Institute of Notaries.

In accordance with the administrative procedure law course to be studied at the university, the book contains explanations of all stages of the administrative procedure (administrative proceedings in the institution and at the court, execution of the administrative act and court decision), as well as the most important fundamental concepts of the administrative procedure law.

The presentation of each topic is supplemented with examples, including case-law, as well as a list of recommended literature for in-depth studies. There is also a list of sources used in the creation of the book useful, as well as the alphabetical index of concepts.

The book is primarily intended for law students, but it will be useful for any lawyer to update knowledge of the administrative procedure.

The book is published by the Courthouse Agency, and it can be purchased at publisher's sales points and at e-bookstore.