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Ms Kristīne Krūma




- 2012: Doctor of Laws (LL.D) in Public International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Lund
- 1998: Master of Laws (LL.M) in International Law (with distinction), Raoul Wallenberg Institute, University of Lund
- 1996: Lawyer’s Diploma, Faculty of Law, University of Latvia

Professional activities

- Since 2015: Pro Rector, Riga Graduate School of Law
- 2007-2015: Judge, Constitutional Court, Latvia
- 1999-2010: Lecturer in Public International Law, Riga Graduate School of Law
- 2000-2006: Lecturer at Chair of International and European Law, Faculty of Law, University of Latvia
- 1995-2000: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Latvia

Other activities

- Since 2012: Ad hoc Judge at the European Court of Human Rights
- Since 2012: Chairperson of the Council of Independent Experts on International and European Union Law, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Since 2007: Arbitrator at the OSCE Court of Conciliation and Arbitration
- Since 2006: Member of the Odysseus Network, Academic network for legal studies on immigration and asylum in Europe
- Since 2005: Member of the Editorial Board of the Baltic Yearbook of International Law
- Since 2003: Member of the Nordic Human Rights Research Network

Publications and other works

- 2006: Guest researcher at the Centre for Migration Law, Radboud University (Nijmegen, the Netherlands)
- 2005: Guest researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (Heidelberg, Germany)
- 1998: Trainee at the Legal Service of the European Commission, External Relations Unit

Researcher in a number of research projects financed by the European Commission (ENACT, EUDO, CARE, INTEC). Articles and papers mostly on citizenship and nationality in national and international law, EU constitutional issues, migration and integration.