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About Study Course

Department: Faculty of Law
Credit points / ECTS:2 / 3
Course supervisor: Līga Neilande
Study type:Part time, Full time
Course level:Bachelor
Target audience:Juridical Science
Branch of science:Law


Enable students to acquire knowledge of legal relationship between the human and the natural environment, to understand the role of ecological rights and general problems of legal protection of the natural environment, which are characteristic to certain sectors of national economy.


Administrative Law, European Union Law.

Learning outcomes


On completion of the study course, students will have acquired knowledge of environmental policy tools and environmental protection principles, human rights to enabling environment, aspects of environmental protection, sustainable development and spatial planning and the assessment of the impact on the environment and its application.


Students acquire skills in environmental legislation through their independent work, and apply the laws and regulations to particular situations and interpret them. Understand the principles of environmental law and interrelationship in their application.


Students are able to use the acquired knowledge in the field of environmental law to independently solve legal cases and analyse legislative documents. Understand topical issues of environmental and spatial planning.

Study course planning

Planning period:Year 2020, Autumn semester
Study programmeStudy semesterProgram levelStudy course categoryLecturersSchedule
Law Science3Bachelor’sRequiredAldona Kipāne
Law Science5Bachelor’sRequiredAldona Kipāne