About me

As an assistant lawyer with the firm’s Dispute Resolution team, I assist senior colleagues in advising Latvian and international clients on both national and international disputes, primarily focusing on public procurement, government relations, and arbitration.

Professional highlights

Public procurement and government relations. Being a member of the Public Procurement & Public Projects sub-group has provided me with the opportunity to not only contribute to outcomes during complex procurement processes, but also to gain expertise in assisting in preparing procurement documents, encompassing regulations and technical specifications applicable to procurements across various industries.

Litigation and arbitration. I offer assistance to colleagues involved in a wide range of litigation and arbitration cases, both on the domestic and the international scale. With a solid foundation in legal research, analysis, and procedural intricacies, I am well-equipped to support my colleagues throughout the entire process. Whether it involves drafting procedural document projects or conducting legal research, I am dedicated to providing comprehensive support to ensure the best possible outcomes for our clients.

Continuous improvement. I am committed to continuously enhancing my knowledge and expertise within the legal field through various avenues of professional development. Active participation in seminars and workshops has allowed me to stay updated on the latest legal trends and emerging practices, while participation in national and international moot courts has provided me with practical experience, sharpening my analytical and debating skills.

Academic background

  • University of Latvia (LLM in progress)
  • Riga Graduate School of Law (LLB in Law and Diplomacy, cum laude)
  • Stockholm University (Summer School in International Arbitration Law, International Criminal Law, Global Health and Law)

I am a member of

ICC Young Arbitration and ADR Forum (YAAF)