The Supreme Court supports Shadow Day – popular educational event devoted to pupils’ career also this year, inviting pupils of a secondary school to become “shadows” in the Supreme Court on the 13th of February.

Providing an opportunity to have insight in daily routine of judges of the Supreme Court and employees of the court, the Supreme Court helps to extend pupils’ horizon and understanding on knowledge and skills necessary in their future profession.

An invitation to become “shadows” to judges of the Supreme Court, assistants to judges and court secretaries will be received by those pupils, whose motivation will contain sincere interest to link future with profession of a lawyer and a judge.  

Pupils, who wish to become “shadows” of the Supreme Court, have to apply on home page until the 30th of January.  

Having assessed motivation of applications submitted, the Supreme Court will contact those pupils, who will be invited on the 13th of February to become shadows of judges, assistants to judges, court secretaries and employees of the Division of Communication of the Supreme Court this year.

You can read more about Shadow Day in the Supreme Court in previous years here:

“Shadows” of the Supreme Court participate in court hearing

Pupils get to know about job of judges and assistants to judges of the Supreme Court during Shadow Day

Seven “shadows” from Riga, Dobele and Madona get acquainted with work of the Supreme Court


Information prepared by

Rasma Zvejniece, the Head of the Division of Communication of the Supreme Court

E-mail:, telephone: 67020396, 28652211