RGSL Interdisciplinary Studies
Riga Graduate School of Law Interdisciplinary Studies is an interdisciplinary series of refereed publications critically analysing current issues in European and international studies. While embracing constitutional, institutional and substantive legal issues, the series aims to integrate legal, economic, philosophical, political and social science perspectives. Titles in the Riga Graduate School of Law Interdisciplinary Studies series are intended to be of particular interest to academics, policy makers and practitioners, as well as national and international governmental and non-governmental institutions and bodies.
Established in 1998, the Riga Graduate School of Law (RGSL) has emerged as a pre-eminent centre of legal education and research in the Baltic States. The Riga Graduate School of Law Interdisciplinary Studies series documents the broad range of innovative scholarly work undertaken by RGSL academic staff, students and global faculty.
SEPARATE OPINIONS AT THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
This is the first book in the new interdisciplinary book series of the Riga Graduate School of Law. The book is prepared by RGSL Professor Ineta Ziemele who was a judge of the European Court of Human Rights. The book explains the nature and impact of Separate Opinions as well as presents a collection of the Opinions which Ineta Ziemele has written alone or together with the other judges of the European Court of Human Rights. Separate Opinions of the judges show the dynamics of human rights adjudication and is a necessary source for a better understanding how the Court works.