University of Latvia, Latvia (LL.M.)
University of Latvia, Latvia (qualification of lawyer, LL.B.)
2011 - ...
Law Firm Fogels, Vītols un Paipa, Senior Associate
2010 - ...
Certified Insolvency Administrator
2008 - 2011
Individually Practicing Attorney at Law
SIA “Kurzemes Namu Apsaimniekotājs”, Legal Department Director
2006 - 2007
Executive Board of Riga Kurzemes district, Legal Department Director
2003 - 2006
Riga City Zemgale District Court, Assistant of Chief Justice
2001 - 2003
Riga City Zemgale District Court, Assistant of Judge
2000 - 2001
Riga City Zemgale District Court, Court Session Secretary
Other professional activities
- 2010 Certified Insolvency Administrator
Legal 500 recognises Ilze Jankeviča as a "real expert" in banking, finance and capital markets, as well as recommends her in dispute resolution, including disputes related to dept recovery, construction and real estate.
Legal 500 recommends in dispute resolution, as well as banking and finance. Particularly emphasized the ability to solve large scale debt recovery proceedings as well as real estate and employment dispute proceedings.
Legal 500 recognises as an expert in banking and finance as well as in dispute resolution. Legal 500 states that Ilze Jankeviča: “successfully reacts to changes”, “provides solutions very quickly”.
“If and how one’s legal capacity can be limited?” (newspaper "Ievas padomu avīze", 19th of April, 2017)
"Guarantor – hostage of a debt?” (newspaper "Ievas padomu avīze", 5th of April, 2017)
"Specialized courts have their benefits as well as risks" (newspaper "Dienas bizness", 19th of January, 2017)
“Liability of guarantor if principal debtor has been acquitted from obligations in insolvency proceedings” (magazine “Jurista Vārds”, 12th of January, 2016)
“Autumn in anticipation of courts” (newspaper “Dienas bizness”, 3rd of September, 2015)
Latvian Bar Association
- Administrative proceedings
- Alternative dispute resolution
- Consumer protection
- Data protection
- Debt restructuring and recovery
- Family and inheritance
- Information technology
- White-collar crimes