|Judge at the Constitutional Court of Latvia|
8 January 2015
|Judge of the
European Court of Human Rights
in respect of Latvia
27 April 2005 – 1 January 2015
|Born||12 February 1970|
Ineta Ziemele (born 12 February 1970) is Latvian jurist and judge at the Constitutional Court of Latvia since 2015. From April 27, 2005 to 2015 she was a judge at the European Court of Human Rights. In September 2012 she became President of the Court's Fourth Section. She graduated from the Law Faculty of the University of Latvia in 1993 and continued her studies in Sweden, where she earned a Masters degree in International law. She went on to earn her doctoral degree from University of Cambridge. She has worked as an adviser for the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Saeima and for the Prime Minister of Latvia. She also has been a professor at the University of Latvia and the Riga Graduate School of Law.
- Ziemele, Ineta (2005). State Continuity and Nationality: The Baltic States and Russia. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. ISBN 90-04-14295-9.
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