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Faculty of Law becomes an Institutional Observer of the European Law Institute
20.11.2018. 16.57 Ziņa
In September, 2018 the University of Latvia (UL) hosted one of the most important legal forums in the European Union– the annual conference of the European Law Institute (ELI), which gathered more than 400 legal professionals. Following the conference, UL received an invitation to join the members of ELI and has now become an Institutional Observer of the organisation. "Hundred years ago the UL Faculty of Law (FL) was built up in the spirit of European traditions and values. Up until now the Faculty has been working vigorously to continue the work of our founders, developing legal science in Latvia, serving for the needs of Latvia and its people, in the meantime always looking for new challenges internationally," explains the Dean of the UL FL, Associate Professor Anita Rodiņa. "Involvement in ELI opens a lot of opportunities on collaboration and implementation of different-level projects, further integration and involvement in the European legal environment
Faculty of Law becomes an Institutional Observer of the European Law Institute
20.11.2018. 17.49 Ziņa
In September, 2018 the University of Latvia (UL) hosted one of the most important legal forums in the European Union– the annual conference of the European Law Institute (ELI), which gathered more than 400 legal professionals. Following the conference, UL received an invitation to join the members of ELI and has now become an Institutional Observer of the organisation. "Hundred years ago the UL Faculty of Law (FL) was built up in the spirit of European traditions and values. Up until now the Faculty has been working vigorously to continue the work of our founders, developing legal science in Latvia, serving for the needs of Latvia and its people, in the meantime always looking for new challenges internationally," explains the Dean of the UL FL, Associate Professor Anita Rodiņa. "Involvement in ELI opens a lot of opportunities on collaboration and implementation of different-level projects, further integration and involvement in the European legal environment
Participants of the Jessup Baltic Cup will dispute before the International Court of Justice
23.04.2018. 16.06 Ziņa
The Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition Baltic Cup 2012 will take place in the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia on 24th and 25th February. Although the competition will be held in the Baltic region, law students from all across Europe are welcomed to participate as well. The Jessup Competition is the world's largest and most renowned moot court competition with a history of over a half century. The first competition was held at Harvard University (USA) by international public law enthusiasts. Now, the court competition gathers participants from over 500 law schools in more than 80 countries. After the national and regional selections teams will earn the rights to participate in the international rounds in Washington D.C., USA.Last year the International Law Students Association delegated organization of the Baltic Cup to the University of Latvia - Student Council of the Faculty of Law. The previous year championship received positive feedback so the Council
Law firm "Skrastiņš un Dzenis" donates books to the Faculty of Law
04.08.2021. 14.11 Ziņa
On June 15, the law firm“SkrastiņšunDzenis”presents 27 copies of books to the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia.Books “Comments on the Civil Procedure Law. Part I (Chapters 1-28)”amounts to 1026 EUR, the donation is administered by the LU Foundation. The purpose of this donation is to supportLFJFstudents. Law firm "SkrastiņšunDzenis" was founded in 2001.That momentwasthetime of opportunity,growth, challenge and transformation.The law firm has been successfully operating in its field for 20 years, providing legal services not only to local clients, but also in cooperation with the law firm's partners in Lithuania and Estonia, providing legal assistance to foreign clients. The comments of Chapters 1–28 of the Civil Procedure Law in a separate book were first published in 2011.Since the publication of this book, the Civil Procedure Law has been amended with more than 20 laws.All these many amendments have been adopted with the aim of improving the procedure for resolving
UL students perform well at the Regional Rounds of the Price Media Moot
10.01.2019. 18.37 Ziņa
In December 2018 the Price Media Law Moot Court Competition team of the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia (UL) travelled to Kiev, Ukraine to participate in the competition’s North-East European regional rounds, returning home with the prize for Best Memorials and a ticket to the final rounds in Oxford in April 2019. The members of this year’s team are bachelor level students from the UL Faculty of Law: Anna Patrīcija Mālere, Gunvaldis Leitens, Ieva Šņepste and Maira Pužule, coached by associate professor Artūrs Kučs and a member of last year’s team – Emīls Jonins.This year’s Competition Case concerns the widely debated and growing problem of fake news and hate speech online. The participants argue over the extent of liability of Internet Intermediaries, the social effects of false and hateful online speech, including the right to be forgotten of individuals affected by it, and the right approaches to dealing with this problem.After the challenges presented at the Regional
UL students perform well at the Regional Rounds of the Price Media Moot
09.01.2019. 18.57 Ziņa
On December 2018 the Price Media Law Moot Court Competition team of the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia (UL) travelled to Kiev, Ukraine to participate in the competition’s North-East European regional rounds, returning home with the prize for Best Memorials and a ticket to the final rounds in Oxford in April 2019. The members of this year’s team are bachelor level students from the UL Faculty of Law: Anna Patrīcija Mālere, Gunvaldis Leitens, Ieva Šņepste and Maira Pužule, coached by associate professor Artūrs Kučs and a member of last year’s team – Emīls Jonins.This year’s Competition Case concerns the widely debated and growing problem of fake news and hate speech online. The participants argue over the extent of liability of Internet Intermediaries, the social effects of false and hateful online speech, including the right to be forgotten of individuals affected by it, and the right approaches to dealing with this problem.After the challenges presented at the Regional
Internationally recognized publishing company "Springer" publishes a collective monograph by the professors of UL Facutly of Law
23.04.2018. 16.12 Ziņa
A task that has been carried out for more than a year has concluded - a collective monograph of the law in the Baltic states has been prepared and produced in the internationally recognized publishing company "Springer". This is the first comprehensive and systematic book on the legal systems of the Baltic States in English. The publication covers all the main fields and branches of law in light of Europeanization and globalization; it addresses structures, problems, and perspectives of law. This is the first book to present the law of the Baltic States in one comprehensive and coherent volume in English. The Baltic States region, which was incorporated by the Soviet Union for 50 years and now is the only such territory in the European Union, continues to be characterized by a number of unique traits, problems and developmental trends. This edition addresses these facets of law – the status quo, problems and trends – by adopting a comparative perspective structure for all three Baltic
Internationally recognized publishing company "Springer" publishes a collective monograph by the professors of UL Facutly of Law
23.04.2018. 16.21 Ziņa
A task that has been carried out for more than a year has concluded - a collective monograph of the law in the Baltic states has been prepared and produced in the internationally recognized publishing company "Springer". This is the first comprehensive and systematic book on the legal systems of the Baltic States in English. The publication covers all the main fields and branches of law in light of Europeanization and globalization; it addresses structures, problems, and perspectives of law. This is the first book to present the law of the Baltic States in one comprehensive and coherent volume in English. The Baltic States region, which was incorporated by the Soviet Union for 50 years and now is the only such territory in the European Union, continues to be characterized by a number of unique traits, problems and developmental trends. This edition addresses these facets of law – the status quo, problems and trends – by adopting a comparative perspective structure for all three Baltic
Team of the University of Copenhagen wins Jessup Baltic Cup in Riga
23.04.2018. 16.20 Ziņa
discuss the legality of the use of unmanned drones and international anti-corruption law. Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition is the world's largest and best - known moot court competition, with participants from over 500 law schools in more than 80 countries.After the friendly rounds of the Baltic Cup all teams have started even more intense preparations for the international rounds in Washington, D.C.The event was organized by the StudentCouncilof the Faculty of Law of the University of Latvia and supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.The organizers express their gratitude to the judges, who all acted at the tournament voluntary.
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