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RGSL Research Papers

About the series

The present series of Research Papers documents the broad range of innovative scholarly work undertaken by RGSL academic staff, students, guest lecturers and visiting scholars from 2011.
ISSN 1691-9254

No. 20
January 2018
Christy L. Kollmar

A blind casting into the evidential sea: the interplay between fundamental rights and the efficacy of leniency programmes

No. 19
June 2017
Annija Samuša

Modernization of the current cannabis legal framework and its potential economic gains

No. 18
April 2017
Laura Grava

Personal data protection in the EU – cooperation and competences of EU and national data protection institutions and bodies

No. 17
February 2017
Lielbarde Sandra

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

No. 16
October 2016
Mits Martins

The European Convention on Human rights and democratisation of Latvia

No. 15
June 2016
Vladlena Lavrushyna

European Union Policy in Respect of the Settlement of Investment Disputes

No. 14
May 2016
Julija Dzigulska

Subsurface property rights in Latvia: Public interest over private rights?

No. 13
April 2016
Vafa Muradli

The legal and economic framework of natural gas supply: the role of Shah Deniz Stage 2

No. 12
March 2016
Christopher Goddard

A voice in the wilderness? Legal linguistics in search of a place in the curriculum

No. 11
December 2014
Karina Naumova

Legal aspects of transcription of personal names in the Latvian language

No. 10
March 2013
Ilze Rūse

Interest representation in advocating EU legislative proposals. How active are interest groups in Latvia?

No. 9
December 2012
Jekaterina Kudrjavceva

Issues surrounding registration of colour trade marks

No. 8
December 2012
Laura Ratniece

An economic analysis of the duty to inspect goods pursuant to the CISG and CESL

No. 7
February 2012
Karin Madisson

Duties and liabilities of company directors under German and Estonian law: a comparative analysis

No. 6
January 2012
Predrag Zenović

Human rights enforcement via peremptory norms – a challenge to state sovereignty

No. 5
March 2011
Gábor Péter Palásti

Lecture notes on the introduction to private/civil law

No. 4
January 2011
Megi Medzmariashvili

Pre-emptive self-defence against states harbouring terrorists

No. 3
January 2011
Olga Bondare

Joining the European Monetary Union: Institutional considerations and economic impact on new Member States

No. 2
January 2011
Valts Nerets

Nationality of investors in ICSID arbitration

No. 1
January 2011
Paul Kendall Cooper

Is there a case for the abolition of 'shall' from EU legislation?