Recent RGSL publications
- Druviete Inese (Associate Professor), Jerneva Julija (2017). Latvia. In: A. Piszcz (ed.), Implementation of the EU Damages Directive in Central and Eastern European Countries. Warsaw: University of Warsaw, Faculty of Management Press.
- Druviete Inese (Associate Professor) “Payday loans in Latvia: APR.” In: Varstvo potrošnikov pri spletnem poslovanju. Ljubljana: IUS Software, GV založba: Inštitut za primerjalno pravo pri Pravni fakulteti, 2017, pp. 93-102.
- Mel Kenny (Professor). “Study for the Fitness Check of EU consumer and marketing law”. Country report: UK. European Commission, 2017, part 3, pp 1210-1278.
- Samuša Annija (RGSL Alumni) “Modernization of the current cannabis legal framework and its potential economic gains“. RGSL Research Papers, No. 19. Riga: Riga Graduate School of Law, 2017, 68 p.
- Ziemele Ineta (Professor) “Separate opinions at the European Court of Human Rights“, Riga Graduate School of Law, 2017, 335 p.
- Selga Ēriks K. (Visiting Lecturer) “A Latvian sock in the laundromat? The fight against money laundering”. Baltic Bulletin, 2017, 28 April.
- Krumins Toms (RGSL Doctoral student) “Arbitration in Latvia: A Cautionary Tale?” (2017) 34 Journal of International Arbitration, Issue 2, pp. 303–331
- Grava Laura (RGSL Alumni) “Personal data protection in the EU – cooperation and competences of EU and national data protection institutions and bodies“. RGSL Research Papers, No. 18. Riga: Riga Graduate School of Law, 2017, 44 p.
- Lielbarde Sandra (RGSL Alumni) “Concept of seafarer before and after the Maritime Labour Convention 2016: Comparative analysis of the legal effects of defining legal concepts in the shape of legal terminology”. RGSL Research Papers, No. 17. Riga: Riga Graduate School of Law, 2017, 20 p.
- Ruse Ilze (Associate Professor) “Multiple actors in framing the EU’s external policy: the case of the EU global security strategy“. (2017) European Society of International Law (ESIL) 2016 Annual Conference (Riga), https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2912000, 13 p.
- Gjortler Peter (Lecturer) ”The case of Denmark: Voting, the European Union and the Constitution”. Book chapter in Contemporary Voting in Europe, 2017, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 65-90.
- Ziemele Ineta (Professor) “The Impact of the ECHR on the Democratization Process in Central and Eastern Europe: Judicial Perspectives”. Cambridge University Press, 2016, 558 p.
- Gjortler Peter (Lecturer) “Two Approaches to European Integration – Denmark and Latvia” Book chapter in L’Europe en Pièce, 2016, Le Manuscrit, pp. 255-274.
- Kruma Kristine (Associate Professor) together with Plepa Dita “Constitutional Law”.) Kluwer Law International, 2016.
- Zukova Galina (Associate Professor) “Arbitration Institutions: Legal Status, Attributes, Regulatory Supervision”. International Arbitration Law Review, 2016, vol. 19, issue 4, pp. 102-112.
- Ziemele Ineta (Professor) “Acceptance of a Claim for State Continuity: A question of International Law and its Consequences”. (2016) Journal of the University of Latvia “Law”, 9, pp. 39-47.
- Kenny Mel (Professor) “Brexit: miljons dažādu jautājumu?” (2016) Jurista Vārds, No. 45 (948).
- Gjortler Peter (Lecturer) “Magna Carta and the Charter of the European Union”. Book chapter in The Rights and Aspirations of the Magna Carta, Springer, 2016, pp. 155-175.
- Mikosa Zaneta (RGSL Doctoral student) “Property and Environmental Protection in Latvia”. Book chapter in Property and Environmental Protection in Europe, Europa Law Publishing, 2016 pp. 210-223.
- Mits Martins (Associate Professor) “The European Convention on Human rights and democratisation of Latvia”. RGSL Research Papers, No. 16. Riga: Riga Graduate School of Law, 2016, 43 p.
- Goddard Christopher (Lecturer) “A Voice in the Wilderness? Legal Linguistics in Search of a Place in the Curriculum”. RGSL Research Papers, No. 12. Riga: Riga Graduate School of Law, 2016, 19 p.
- Mits Martins (Associate Professor) “Latvia: consolidating democratic changes in Latvia: the various roles of the European Convention on Human Rights”. Book chapter in The Impact of the ECHR on the Democratization Process in Central and Eastern Europe: Judicial Perspectives, Cambridge University Press, 2016, pp. 201-233.
- Ziemele Ineta (Professor) “Tiesiskās paļāvības un tiesiskās drošības principi starptautiskajās tiesībās”. (2016) Jurista Vārds, No. 4 (907).
- Gjortlere Ligita (Lecturer), Bebre Baiba (Lecturer) “Guide to Latvian Legal System and Legal Research” (2016) GlobaLex.
- Kenny Mel (Professor) “The Fragility of Unfair Terms Law on Bank Charges: towards a complex re-litigation in the UK?”; “The regulation of unfair terms in non- professional suretyship agreements: Lessons for the wider European Union harmonisation agenda”. Book chapters in “Credit Consumers and the Law: after the Global Storm“, Routledge, 2016, pp. 223-238; pp. 239-257.
- Ruse Ilze (Associate Professor) “Civil Society Participation in Advocating Interests of the EU Legislators: The Case of Latvia”. (2016) East European Politics & Societies, 30 (1), pp. 214-231.
- Ziemele Ineta (Professor) “Ko darīt ar okupācijas laikā Latvijai nodarītajiem zaudējumiem”. (2016) Jurista Vārds, No. 3 (906).
Riga : Rīgas Juridiskā augstskola, 2010.
ISBN 978 9984 4902 67
Translated from: International Review of the Red Cross No 857, p. 175-212 by Jean-Marie Henckaerts. Study on customary international humanitarian law: A contribution to the understanding and respect for the rule of law in armed conflict.
European Union and the Rule of Law: Experience of Latvia
Eiropas Savienība un tiesiska valsts: Latvijas pieredze
RGSL 10 year’s anniversary conference materials. – Riga, 2009.
The book contains the contributions and deliberations made within the course of the conference „EU Learning. Democracy through Law”, focused on various legal issues, in particular, EU law and member states, rule of law and fundamental rights, economic impact of judicial decisions.
The volume covers also matters of immigration, integration and criminal law, as well as common foreign and security policy. The authors are prominent Latvian and foreign legal experts, many of the authors are faculty members of the RGSL. The book is meant for readers keeping up with the forward development of EU rule of law and Latvia’s role in this process.