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Supreme Court Museum

The Supreme Court Museum was created in 1998 on the eightieth anniversary of the Supreme Court Senate. The foundation of the museum was greatly facilitated by Dītrihs Andrejs Lēbers, the son of the Senator Augusts Lēbers, both by donating valuable objects and documents from his father’s archive and by providing financial support via the August Leber Memorial Foundation to set up the Museum.

The museum contains historical evidence and documents dating back to 1918. These testify to the beginnings of the Supreme Court Senate and the opening of the Palace of Justice on December 9, 1938. Materials containing evidence of the changes to the judicial system introduced by occupation powers and the fates of its Senators during the Soviet period, their historical heritage, are collected.

See information about guided tours in the Court and the Museum here.

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