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Ineta Ziemele (Ph.D)

Ineta Ziemele

Professor
Public International Law. Human Rights Law
E-mail:
Wallenberg Building, 5th floor

Work Experience:

  • From 2015: Judge at the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Latvia
  • From 2009: Professor of International Law at the Riga Graduate School of Law (2006-2009: Visiting Professor)
  • 2005-2014: Judge at the European Court of Human Rights, 2012-2014: Section President at the European Court of Human Rights
  • 2002-2005: Advising on and practicing in human rights cases; expert in international arbitrations under UNCITRAL and ICC rules
  • From 2001: Visiting Professor at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
  • 2001-2005: Söderberg Professor of International Law and Human Rights at the Riga Graduate School of Law
  • 1999-2001: Staff member at the Directorate General of Human Rights of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg
  • 1995-1999: Founding Director, Institute on Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Latvia; and Lecturer in International and European Law, Department on International Law and the Law of the Sea, Faculty of Law, University of Latvia
  • 1995: Adviser to the Prime Minister of Latvia
  • 1993-1995: Assistant, Department on Legal Theory and Political Science and Department on International Law and the Law of the Sea, Faculty of Law, University of Latvia
  • 1992-1995: Consultant to the Foreign Affairs Committee, the Parliament of the Republic of Latvia
    1990 -1992: Assistant to an MP, the Parliament of the Republic of Latvia

Education:

  • 1999: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge (UK), with a dissertation on State Continuity and Nationality in the Baltic States: International and Constitutional Law Issues
  • 1998: The Nordic Council of Ministers' Scholar at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute, Faculty of Law, Lund University (Sweden)
  • 1998: Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the University of Connecticut Law School and New York University School of Law Global Law School Programme (USA)
  • 1997: Visiting Scholar at the Max Planck Institut für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht in Heidelberg (Germany)
  • 1995-1996: UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office Chewening Scholar at the University of Cambridge (UK)
  • 1994: Master of International Law (M.I.L.), the Raoul Wallenberg Institute, the Faculty of Law, University of Lund (Sweden), with a thesis on International Legal Status of the Republic of Latvia
  • 1993: Post-graduate studies in political science, the US legal system and the law and politics of the European Communities, Aarhus University (Denmark)
  • 1993: Law degree, Faculty of Law, University of Latvia

Current Research Areas:

  • Theory of international law, European Convention on Human Rights and International Law, international procedural law.

Memberships and Other Professional Engagements:

  • From 2012: Member of the EUI Research Council
  • From 2015: Ad hoc judge from Latvia at the European Court of Human Rights
  • 2007-2014: Member of the Constitutional Law Committee created by the President of Latvia
  • From 2005: Member of the Board of Editors of the Baltic Yearbook of International Law
  • 2001-2005, from 2013: Editor-in-Chief of the Baltic Yearbook of International Law
  • 2004-2005: Member of the Strategic Analysis Committee created by the President of Latvia
  • 2004-2012, 2014-2016: Member of the Executive Board of the European Society of International Law
  • Member of the Boards of Editors of the International Journal on Minority and Group Rights and Latvian Human Rights Quarterly
  • Member of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law and the Advisory Board to the Latvian Human Rights Institute
  • Member of the Latvian Section of the International Commission of Jurists and the Latvian Lawyers' Association
  • Teacher in Human Rights Summer Schools at the European University Institute and Institut International de Droits de L'Homme
  • Teacher, rapporteur and expert in human rights training courses, seminars, conferences and expert meetings in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Denmark, Georgia, Germany, France, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Northern Ireland, Norway, Poland, the Russian Federation, Sweden, Ukraine, Uzbekistan for the Council of Europe, the Raoul Wallenberg Institute, the Latvian Human Rights Institute and the OSCE
Scientific Activity
Scientific Qualifications
  • 1999: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge (UK), with a dissertation on State Continuity and Nationality in the Baltic States: International and Constitutional Law Issues
  • 1994: Master of International Law (M.I.L.), the Raoul Wallenberg Institute, the Faculty of Law, University of Lund (Sweden), with a thesis on International Legal Status of the Republic of Latvia
Awards
  • 4 May 2014: The Order of Three Stars (the Fourth Class)
  • 9 April 2010: The Diploma of Honour from the Latvian Council of Sworn Advocates
  • 13 June 2008: The Diploma of Honour from the Supreme Court of the Republic of Latvia

Expert Activity

  • Humanities and Social Sciences Commission
  • Keywords: International Law, European Union Law, Constitutional Law

Research

  • Book in Preparation: On European Human Rights Convetion's impact on democratizations processes in Eastern Europe
  • Doctoral Advisor to Arina Melse, Riga Graduate School of Law; to Laila Jurcēna, University "Turība"

Books
Monographs
Edited books with contributed articles
Articles or Chapters in books published in Latvia (in hronological order)
Articles in international peer-reviewed publications
Articles in Latvian Legal Journals
Interviews

Books

State Continuity and Nationality in International Law: Baltic States and Russia. Past, Present and Future as Defined by International Law, Boston, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoof Publishers, 2005, 424 p. Review by Dr. Yaël Ronen: European Law Books http://www.europeanlawbooks.org/reviews/detail.asp?id=304; recorded at the Library of Congress catalogue) 

Starptautiskās un cilvēktiesības Latvijā. Abstrakcija vai prakse. Rakstu krājums [International Law and Human Rights in Latvia. Abstraction or Practice. Collection of Articles], Rīga: Tiesu Namu Aģentūra, 2005, 478 p.

Monographs

Eiropas Padome - Latvijas partneris Eiropas norisēs [The Council of Europe - Latvia's Partner in European Affairs], published by the Institute for Foreign Affairs of Latvia, 1996, 85 p., ISBN 9984-583-00-7

“Article 7. The Right to Birth Registration, Name and Nationality, and the Right to Know and Be Cared for by Parents”, A.Alen, J Vande Lanotte et al (eds.) A Commentary on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Leiden, Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2007, 31.lpp. ISBN 978-90-04-14863-5, ISSN 1574-8626, Kongresa bibliotēkas katalogs

Edited books with contributed articles

The Impact of the ECHR on the Democratization Process in Central and Eastern Europe: Judicial Perspectives. I. Motoc and I. Ziemele (eds.). Cambridge University Press, forth-coming 2015, 400 pages

Making Peoples Heard. Essays on Human Rights in Honour of Gudmundur Alfredsson [Lai tautas sadzirdētu. Raksti cilvēktiesībās G.Alfredsonam par godu]. – A.Eide, J.Th.Moller, I.Ziemele (zin.red.) – Leiden, Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2011, 674.lpp, ISBN 978 90 04 19191 4

Reservations to Human Rights Treaties and the Vienna Convention Regime. Conflict, Harmony or Reconciliation. - Leiden, Boston: Martinus Nijohoff Publishers, 2004., 319 lpp., (Roberto Baratta recenzija Eiropas Starptautisko tiesību žurnāla (European Journal of International Law) 2006., 17.numurs). ISBN 90-04-14064-6 (HB), ISBN 90-04-14102-2 (PB), recorded at the Library of Congress catalogue.

Expanding the Horizons of Human Rights Law: New Authors, New Themes. - Leiden, Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2004., 289 lpp. ISBN 90 04 14364 5, recorded at the Library of Congress catalogue.

Mazākumgrupu (minoritāšu) integrācijas aspekti Latvijā. - LU Cilvēktiesību institūts: Rīga, 2001., 101 lpp. ISBN 9984-9493-0-3.

Kas jāzina valsts pārvaldes darbiniekiem tiesiskā valstī. - SIA “N.I.M.S.”: Rīga, 2000., 119 lpp. (I, II, un III. 2 daļu autore, 45 lpp.). ISBN 9984–679–72–1.

Cilvēktiesības pasaulē un Latvijā. - SIA “Izglītības soļi”: Rīga, 2000., 409 lpp. (1.5, 1.6, 4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.4, 5.5, 5.7 nodaļu autore). ISBN 9984-9436-0-7. 

Cilvēktiesību īstenošana Latvijā: tiesa un administratīvais process. - LU Cilvēktiesību institūts: Rīga, 1998., 138 lpp., ISBN 9984-19-023-4.

Articles or Chapters in books published in Latvia (in hronological order)

“Latvijas Republikas starptautiski tiesiskais statuss.” - Grām. Latvija. Starptautiskās organizācijas. Starptautiskie līgumi. 5. Saeimas Ārlietu komisija un Kanceleja, Rīga, 1995., ISBN 9984-528-38-3.

“Cilvēktiesību rangs Latvijas tiesību normu hierarhijā.” - Grām. Satversmes reforma Latvijā: par un pret. Sociāli ekonomisko pētījumu institūts Latvija, Rīga, 1995.,60. - 69. lpp.

“The Role of State Continuity and Human Rights in Nationality Matters of the Baltic States”, in: The Baltic States at Historical Crossroads: Problems of Political, Economical, and Legal International Co-operation in Awaiting the 21st Century (T.Jundzis ed., 1998) pp. 248 - 271, ISBN 9984-9085-8-5 (in Latvian and English).

Dokumenti par Latvijas valsts starptautisko atzīšanu, neatkarības atjaunošanu un diplomātiskajiem sakariem. Latvijas arhīvistu biedrība, Latvijas Ārlietu ministrija, Latvijas Valsts vēstures arhīvs: Rīga, 1999., 127. – 174., 187. – 210. lpp, ISBN 9984-510-64-6.

“Latvijas prasība par valstiskuma turpināšanās atzīšanu 4. maija Deklarācijā un tās starptautiski tiesiskās sekas.” – Grām. 4. Maijs. Rakstu, atmiņu un dokumentu krājums par Neatkarības deklarāciju. T. Jundža red., LU žurnāla “Latvijas Vēsture” fonds: Rīga, 2000., 80. - 90. lpp. ISBN 9984-643-19-0.                                        

“State Continuity, Human Rights and Nationality in the Baltic States”. – Grām. The Baltic States at Historical Crossroads. T. Jundža red., 2.izdevums, 2001., 224. – 248. lpp. ISBN 9984 – 643 – 30 – 1.

“Latvijas loma drošības un miera tiesiskā nostiprināšanā. Vai starptautiskām tiesībām un organizācijām ir nozīme?” – Grām. Latvija Eiropā: nākotnes vīzijas. T. Jundža red., Latvijas Zinātņu akadēmijas Baltijas stratēģisko pētījumu centrs: Rīga, 2004., 31. – 55. lpp. (latviešu un angļu valodās).

„Tiesību zinātnes loma nacionālo interešu definēšanā. Starptautisko tiesību piemērs”. Stratēģiskās analīzes komisija. Zinātniski pētnieciskie raksti 1/2004. – Rīga: Zinātne, 2004., 47.- 58.lpp. ISBN 9984-767-30-2

„Latvija Apvienoto Nāciju Organizācijā un Eiropas Padomē. Kā tiek izmantotas starptautisko tiesību sniegtās iespējas”. Stratēģiskās analīzes komisija. Zinātniski pētnieciski raksti 1(2)/2005. – Rīga: Zinātne, 2005., 19. – 40.lpp.

„Satversmes tiesas kompetence un lēmumi saistībā ar lietas ierosināšanu Eiropas Cilvēktiesību konvencijas 35.panta pirmās daļas skatījumā”, grām. ULTRA VIRES doktrīna konstitucionālo tiesu praksē. Lietas ierosināšana Satversmes tiesā. Satversmes tiesas 2007.gada konferences materiālu krājums. – Rīga: Tiesu namu aģentūra, 2008., 124.- 136.lpp. ISBN 978-9984-790-49-7

„Eiropas tiesību argumenti Latvijas iekšpolitikā un ārpolitikā”, grām. Eiropas Savienība un tiesiska valsts: Latvijas pieredze. – Rīgas Juridiskā augstskola. – 2009., 26.-34.lpp."Cilvēktiesību rangs Latvijas tiesību normu hierarhijā." [Rank of Human Rights in the Hierarchy of Legal Norms in Latvia], grām. Satversmes reforma Latvijā: par un pret. [Reform of the Constitution in Latvia: Pros and Contras], Sociāli ekonomisko pētījumu institūts Latvija, Rīga, 1995, pp. 60 - 69.

“114. pants”- Grām.  Latvijas Republikas Satversmes komentāri. VIII nodaļa. Cilvēka pamattiesības. Autoru kolektīvs prof. R. Baloža zinātniskā vadībā. – Rīga: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 2011. – 695. – 715.lpp.

“1. panta septītā daļa un 15. pants”. – Grām. Administratīvā procesa likuma komentāri. A un B daļa. Autoru kolektīvs. Dr. iur. J. Briedes zinātniskajā redakcijā. – Rīga: Tiesu namu aģentūra, 2013. 

Articles in international peer-reviewed publications

“Incorporation and Implementation of Human Rights in Latvia”, in: International Human Rights Norms in the Nordic and Baltic Countries (M. Scheinin ed., 1996) pp. 73 - 111, ISBN 90-411-0189-6.       

“The Application of International Law in the Baltic States” (1997) 40 German Yearbook of International Law pp. 243 - 279.                                                                 

“The Citizenship Issue in the Republic of Latvia”, in: Citizenship and Nationality Status in the New Europe (S. O’Leary & T. Tiilikainen eds., 1998) pp. 187 - 204, ISBN 0-421-62530-9.

“Article15” (co-authored with Gunnar Schram), in: Universal Declaration of Human Rights: A Common standard of achievement (G. Alfredsson and A. Eide eds., 1999) pp. 297 - 324, ISBN 90-411-1168 (HB) ISBN 90-411-1201-4 (PB) (also published in Chinese).

Review of Talmon’s book on Recognition of Governments in International Law: With Particular Reference to Governments in Exile (1999) 10European Journal of International Law pp. 640 – 643.

“The Right to Freedom of Expression under Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights”, in: The European Convention on Human Rights: A Way and a Method of New Democratic Thinking, Baku: Institute on Human Rights of the Academy of Sciences, 2000, pp. 6 – 18 (in Azeri).

“The European Convention on Human Rights and the Central and Eastern European Member States of the Council of Europe: an Overview” (co-authored with Jeroen Schokkenbroek) (2000) 39 Nederlands Juristenblad [Netherlands Legal Journal] pp. 1914 – 1920.

“The Role of International Organisations in Strengthening Human Rights Performances in the Baltic Sea region” (2000) 43 German Yearbook of International Law pp. 9 - 37.     

“Is the distinction between State continuity and State succession reality or fiction? The Russian Federation, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Germany”, Baltic Yearbook of International Law, vol. 1, 2001, pp. 191 – 222.                                             

“General aspects of nationality and human rights in relation to state succession”, in CoE Doc CONF/NAT (2001) PRO, 2nd European Conference on Nationality ‘Challenges to national and international law on nationality at the beginning of the new millennium’ (Strasbourg, 8 – 9 October 2001), pp. 149 – 171 (also published in Latvian in ‘Likums un Tiesības’, 2002, vol. 4, no. 8 (36), pp. 228 – 239.                                                    

“Die Ausgestaltung des Minderheitenschutzes in Lettland: ein Lehrstück für Europa”, in: Minderheitenschutz in Mittel- und Osteuropa (G. Manssen & B. Banaszak eds., 2001) pp. 65 – 94, ISBN 3-631-37922-6. Pārpublicēts Likums un Tiesības, 3.sējums, nr 10 (26), 2001., 290. – 298. lpp.                                                                                

“State Continuity, Succession and Responsibility. Reparations to the Baltic States and their Peoples?”, Baltic Yearbook of International Law, vol. 3, 2003, pp. 165 - 189.   

Review of P. Radan’s book on The Break-up of Yugoslavia and International Lawfor the European Journal of International Law, (2004) 15:3European Journal of International Law pp. 600 - 603.

“Case-law of the European Court of Human Rights and Integrity of International Law”, Huesa Vinaixa R. et Wellens K. (dir) L’influence des sources sur l’unité et la fragmentation du droit international, Bruxelles: Bruylant, 2006, pp. 187 – 210.

“Article 7. The Right to Birth Registration, Name and Nationality, and the Right to Know and Be Cared for by Parents”, A. Alen et al (eds.) A Commentary on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Leiden, Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2007.

“International Courts and Ultra Vires Acts”, L. Caflisch et al (eds.) Liber Amicorum Luzius Wildhaber. Human Rights – Strasbourg Views, N.P.Engel, Publisher, 2007, pp. 537 – 556. ISBN 3-88357-138-5 and Deutsche Nationalbibliografie.

“Legitimacy of the Vision: Central and Eastern Europe”, Helene Ruiz Fabri, Emmanuelle Jouannet, Vincent Tomkiewicz (eds.) Select Proceedings of the European Society of International Law. Volume I, 2006, Hart Publishing, 2008.

“Human Rights Violations by Private Persons and Entities: The Case-Law of International Human Rights Courts and Monitoring Bodies”, European University Institute Working Papers, AEL 2009/8.

“The State Border between Latvia and Russia and the Doctrine of Continuity of the Republic of Latvia. International and Constitutional Law in Interaction.”Baltic Yearbook of International Law, Volume 9, 2009, pp. 95-132. ISBN 978 9004 18614 9. (Publicēts latviešu valodā Jurista Vārdā, nr. 27 (532), 22.07.2008.).

“Other rules of international law and the European Court of Human Rights: a question of a simple collateral benefit?”, in: D. Spielmann et al (eds.) La Convention europeenne des droits de l’homme, un instrument vivant/ The European Convention on Human Rights, a living instrument. Essays in Honour of Christos L. Rozakis, Bruylant, 2011, pp. 741 – 758.

“European Court of Human Rights and Custom”, in The judge and international custom, Council of Europe, 2012, pp. 75 – 83.

“Reservations to Human Rights Treaties: From Draft Guideline 3.1.12 to Guideline 3.1.5.6.” co-authored with Lāsma Liede European Journal of International Law, Volume 24, No. 4, 2013, pp. 1135 – 1152. http://ejil.oxfordjournals.org/content/24/4/1135.full.pdf

“Nationality and Third-Country Nationals”, in A. Rosas et al (eds.) The Court of Justice and the Constuction of Europe: Analyses and Perspectives on Sixty Years of Case-law, Asser Press, Springer, 2013, pp. 471 – 483.

“State succession and issues of nationality and statelessness”, in: A. Edwards and L. Waas (eds.) Nationality and Statelessness under International Law, Cambridge University Press, 2014, pp. 217 – 246. http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/law/public-international-law/nationality-and-statelessness-under-international-law#contentsTabAnchor

“A room for 'state continuity' in international law? A constitutionalist perspective”, in Ch. Chinkin & F. Baetens (eds.), State, Sovereignty and State Responsibility. Essays in Honour of James Crawford, Cambridge University Press, 2015 http://www.cambridge.org/mx/academic/subjects/law/public-international-law/sovereignty-statehood-and-state-responsibility-essays-honour-james-crawford#contentsTabAnchor

“How International Law Matters”, in Luis Lopez- Guerra et al (eds.) Essays in Honour of Josep Casadevall (forth-coming, 2015).

Articles in Latvian Legal Journals

“Komentārs likumam “Par Latvijas Republikas starptautiskajiem līgumiem”. - Juristu Žurnāls, 1.numurs, 1994., 3. – 16. lpp.

“ Latvijas valsts pēctecība vai kontinuitāte.” - Latvijas Jurists, nr. 2 (36), 1994.,, 2. - 3. lpp.

“Cilvēktiesību iedzīvināšanas mehānismi Latvijā.” - Cilvēktiesību Žurnāls. 1.numurs, 1996., 54. - 67. lpp.

“Komentāri Latvijas Republikas Ievada ziņojumam par Starptautiskā pakta “Par pilsoņu un politiskajām tiesībām” izpildi Latvijā.” - Cilvēktiesību Žurnāls. 2.numurs, 1996.

 “Vispārējās Cilvēktiesību deklarācijas 21.pants Baltijas valstu jauno demokrātiju kontekstā.“ - Cilvēktiesību žurnāls. 4.numurs, 1997., 20.-32.lpp. Arī angļu numurā: “Article 21 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the Emerging Democracies in the Baltic States.” (1997) 1 Latvian Human Rights Quarterly pp. 20 - 38.

 “Cilvēktiesību Žurnāls. 7/8 numurs, 1998., 32. – 46.lpp. (pārpublicēts Latvijas Vēstnesis 04.02.99., 7. lpp. Arī angļu numurā: “The Dilemma of Language Use in Latvia: Obligation and Necessity” Latvian Human Rights Quarterly, 1998, No. 5/6, pp. 29 – 45.

“Satversmes tiesa – līdzeklis integrācijai vai pašizolācijai jeb atsevišķas pārdomas Satversmes tiesas likuma sakarā.” - Latvijas Vēstnesis, 15.06.1996.

“Starptautisko un Latvijas nacionālo tiesību attiecības.” - Apvienotais Juristu Žurnāla 5.numurs un Cilvēktiesību Žurnāla 6.numurs, 1998., 54. -70. lpp.

“Commentary (to the Case No.2-2324/7)” (1998) 3/4 Latvian Human Rights Quarterly pp. 131 - 136.

“State Continuity and the Right to Property: A Commentary on the Constitutional Court Judgment” (1999) 7 - 10 Latvian Human Rights Quarterly pp. 261 - 268. Published in Latvian in issue No. 9 – 12 of the same year.                                                          

“Questions Concerning Genocide. A Note on the Supreme Court Judgment” (1999) 7 – 10 Latvian Human Rights Quarterly pp. 327 – 341.                                                          

“Eiropas Savienība – pozitīvs izaicinājums Satversmei.” - Likums un Tiesības, 3.sējums, # 3 (19), 2001. gada marts, 70. - 77.lpp.

“Atsevišķu Latvijas Republikas Satversmes grozījumu nepieciešamības pamatojums sakarā ar Eiropas Savienības tiesību integrāciju Latvijas tiesību sistēmā.” - Likums un Tiesības, 6.sējums, # 3 (55), 2004. gada marts, 66. - 70.lpp.

“Rasu diskriminācijas aizliegums Latvijas tiesību sistēmā un praksē. Likumdevēja, tiesu, valsts pārvaldes un prokuratūras pienākumi un atbildība.” - Likums un Tiesības [Law and Rights] 2004, 30lpp.

“Piezīmes pie sagatavotā lēmuma projekta.” - Jurista Vārds 5 (458). 30.01.2007. Pārpublicēts grām. Robežlīgums. Spriedums. Materiāli. Komentāri. - Rīga: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 2009., 60.-64.lpp,

“Latvijas-Krievijas valsts robežas jautājums un Latvijas nepārtrauktības doktrīna”. – Jurista Vārds 27 (532). 22.07.2008. Pārpublicēts grām. Robežlīgums. Spriedums. Materiāli. Komentāri. - Rīga: Latvijas Vēstnesis, 2009., 524.-562.lpp. Angļu valodā: Baltic Yearbook of International Law, vol. 9, 2009, pp. 95 – 132.

“Tiesību aizskāruma kompensācijas princips Eiropas Cilvēktiesību konvencijā un Latvijā”. – Latvijas Republikas Augstākās tiesas Biļetens. - Nr. 1, 2010., 36.-40.lpp.

Interviews

Mani neviens nesaprot. - Intervija Askoldam Rodinam. – Diena. 1999.gada februāris.

Izdod grāmatu par cilvēktiesībām. – Intervija Gatim Dilānam. – Universitātes Avīze. 17.10.2000.

Bojāra valsts vīzija. – Intervija Gintam Grūbem. – http://www.politika.lv 14.11.2001.

Par Irākas krīzi. – Intervija žurnālam “Ieva”. 18.02.2003.

Satversme ir skaista, bet ES ar to nepietiek. – Intervija Intai Lasei. – http://www.politika.lv  29.09.2003.

Cilvēktiesības Latvijā - joprojām ceļa sākumā. – Intervija Ilzei Sedliņai. – http://www.politika.lv 06.09.2005.

Starptautiskās tiesības ir valsts interesēs. – Intervija Jānim Plepam. – Jurista Vārds 23 (566) 09.06.2009.

Ko jūt Strasbūra. – Intervija Paulam Raudsepam. – Diena. 29.07.2009.