Journal of the University of Latvia “Law” is an open access double blind peer-reviewed scientific journal.
The publishing of Journal of the University of Latvia “Law” is financed by the University of Latvia Faculty of Law.

Editor-in-Chief Prof. Jānis Lazdiņš, University of Latvia
Editorial Board

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ISSN 1691-7677


Juridiskā zinātne Nr. 14 / Law No 14 (PDF)



In Memoriam. Kalvis Torgāns

Carmen Garcimartín. Marriage Regulation in Spain. Current Situation and Challenges

Ringolds Balodis. The Procedure for Amending the Satversme of the Republic of Latvia and the Substance of Restrictions Established by It

Christoph J. Schewe, Thomas Blome. “The Rule of Law Mechanism” and the Hungarian and Polish Resistance: European Law Against National Identity?

Jānis Kārkliņš, Vadim Mantrov. The Place of Contract for Digital Thing in Latvian Contract Law Within the Context of the Consumer Sale Directives 2019

Gaabriel Tavits, Aleksei Kelli. Legal and Practical Issues Related to Telework: The Example of Estonian Law

Ineta Ziemele, Ainārs Lerhis, Jānis Pleps, Jānis Lazdiņš. Doctrine of State Continuity. Latvia’s Experience

Marju Luts-Sootak, Karin Visnapuu. The Aims and Discussions of the Foundation of Land Reform in Estonia After the WWI

Anita Rodiņa. Appointment of the Constitutional Court Justice: Some Issues

Philipp Schwartz. The Latvian Marriage Law 1918–1940 Betwixt and Between the Poles of Conflicting Moral Values

Annija Kārkliņa. Restriction of Competition After Termination of Employment Relationships

Antonio Capasso. Antitrust Rules and Competition Violations. The Evolution of Consumer Protection

Ringolds Balodis, Edvīns Danovskis. Functionality Problems of Collegial Government Institutions During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Solutions for the Future

Jautrīte Briede. Procedural Autonomy of a Member State: Application of the Principle by Latvian Administrative Courts

Diāna Apse. Legal Thinking in the Interwar Latvian Senate

Elīna Grigore-Bāra. Limits to Freedom of Speech in the Republic of Latvia During the Parliamentary Period (1918–1934)