Dr. Arta snipe

Researcher at the Center for Geopolitical Studies Riga

Languages: Latvian, English, Russian

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E-mail: arta.snipe@geopolitics.center

Arta Snipe, Dr. iur., is an attorney-at-law, a researcher at the Center for Geopolitical Studies Riga and a visiting lecturer at Riga Stradins University.   

Dr. Arta Snipe has almost 20 years of professional experience in civil, administrative, and constitutional litigation. She has taught academic research and writing in EKA University of Applied Sciences and transitional justice in Riga Stradins University. She was a Visiting Fulbright Scholar at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, doing research on restitution as a measure of transitional justice.  

Dr. Arta Snipe has authored more than 30 publications, primarily on civil litigation issues in Latvia. Her most recent research focuses on guarantees of non-recurrence and reparations as measures of transitional justice.  

Selected publications:  

Snipe A. Amendments in Immigration Law: What Awaits Russian Citizens Living in Latvia. Foreign Policy Research Institute. April 28, 2023. https://www.fpri.org/article/2023/04/amendments-in-immigration-law-what-awaits-russian-citizens-living-in-latvia/

Rowen, J., Snipe. A. The Promise and Perils of Urban Land Restitution in Latvia. International Journal of Transitional Justice, May 18, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1093/ijtj/ijaa028.

Snipe A. Separation of ownership and compulsory land lease in Latvia: challenges and solutions. Sociālo Zinātņu Vēstnesis, No.1 (28), 2019, pp. 67-86. ISSN 1691-1881, eISSN 2592-8562. Available: https://doi.org/10.9770/szv.2019.1(4).   

Snipe A., Balodis K. Origins of Separated Ownership and Possible Solutions for Unifying Thereof.  Journal of the University of Latvia “Law”, No. 12, 2019, pp. 139-161. ISSN 1691-7677. Available: https://doi.org/10.22364/jull.12.10.  

Schmid C., Zepa B., Snipe A. Language policy and ethnic tensions in Quebec and Latvia. International Journal of Comparative Sociology. 2004;(3-4):231. Available: https://doi.org/10.1177/0020715204049595.