29 July, 2019
Veronika Krumina and Inese Muhka give a lesson about written legal language. Photo by Kristine Bunka
Representatives from all branches of state power took part in discussion on proper legislation. First row from left: Veronika Krumina, Chair of the Department of Administrative Cases of the Supreme Court, Dace Sulmane, Adviser to the Secretariat of the Council for the Judiciary, Arturs Kucs, Judge of the Constitutional Court, Laila Medina, Deputy state Secretary of the Ministry of Justice, Ineta Ziemele, President of the Constitutional Court, Inara Murniece, Speaker of the Saeima (Parliament), and Ilze Freimane, Judge of Administrative District Court. Photo by Kristine Bunka
Information technologies in judge’s work are discussed by Ineta Ziemele, President of the Constitutional Court, Arlita Zarina, Judge of Administrative District Court, Aigars Strupiss, Chair of the Department of Civil Cases of the Supreme Court, and Edvins Balsevics, Director of the Court Administration, currently - State Secretary of Environmental Protection and Regional Development
The Constitutional Law Seminar, that was held last week, addressed the proper legislation and the impact of modern technology on lawyers' work. Aigars Strupiss and Veronika Krumina, chairs of the departments of the Supreme Court, also participated in the discussions as experts.
Veronika Krumina, Chair of the Department of Administrative Cases, participated in the discussion on proper or good legislation. Representatives from all branches of state power discussed and exchanged views.
Whereas, Aigars Strupiss, Chair of the Department of Civil Cases, participated in discussions on the use of information technologies in the work of a lawyer and on the future of artificial intelligence and the law. Aigars Strupiss also expressed his opinion during the discussion on introduction of single national exam for lawyers.
Veronika Krumina also gage a lecture at the Summer School this year's topic of which was legal technique and legal language. Veronika Krumina together with language teacher Inese Muhka gave a presentation on current issues of written legal language. The Summer School took place the day before the Law Seminar.
Constitutional Law Seminars are organized by the Institute of Public Law, bringing together lawyers from all branches of state power, educational institutions and the non-governmental sector in order to form legal ideas. This year the Seminar was organized for the sixteenth time.
Information prepared by
Rasma Zvejniece, the Head of the Division of Communication of the Supreme Court
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