Established in 2000, is the first college in Latvia to be internationally accredited.
It is vested with rights to issue state acknowledged documents for the acquirement of the first level professional higher education (associate degree)
Graduates from a two-year study programme are recognised to have obtained first-level higher education; these programmes are known in Europe as short-cycle education, where as in the USA and Canada and elsewhere they are described as community college education leading to an associate degree. College of Law graduates receive a specialised professional qualification one that is recognised in the national job market.
A total of 1200 students are presently enrolled at the College, with the central facilities located in Riga and with four branches elsewhere in Latvia. Five study programmes are on offer: law, personnel management, property administration and management, bookkeeping and finance. Graduates accrue 80 – 88 credit points (120 – 132 ECTS). Students and lecturers may benefit from the ERASMUS programme to study and to raise their professional qualifications at institutions of higher education elsewhere in Europe.
The College of Law has acceded to the United Nations PRME (the Principles for Responsible Management Education) programme and also is a member of the European Association of Higher Education Institutions.
Director - Talavs Jundzis, Chairman of the Association of Latvian Colleges, Full Member of Latvian Academy of Sciences, PhD in Law, habilitated doctor in political sciences.