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UNIVERSITY OF TARTU (1632)

Rask, Märt

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Job

  • Chief Justice, Supreme Court of the Republic of Estonia

Personal data

  • Born: December 19, 1950, Harju County

Education

  • Faculty of Law, University of Tartu, 1978

Career

  • Chief Justice, Supreme Court of the Republic of Estonia, September 13, 2004-current
  • Minister of Justice of the Republic of Estonia, March 1999–March 2003
  • Member of Riigikogu (Estonian Parliament), March 1999, 2003-2004
  • Attorney-at-law, December 1996–March 1999
  • Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Estonia , November 1995–December 1996
  • Attorney-at-law, Law Office Teder & Rask, April 1993–November 1995
  • Minister of Justice, February–October, 1992
  • First Deputy Minister of Justice, 1990–1992
  • Deputy Minister of Justice, 1990
  • Advocate, First Law Office Tallinn, since February 1979
  • Trainee, Pärnu Law Office, 1978–1979

Professional activity and membership

  • Chairman of the Council of Crime Prevention, 1999–current
  • Member of the Board, Reform Party
  • Member of the Estonian Bar Association

Articles in Juridica

  • Draft Act to Amend the Constitution, Juridica Abstract, 2002, no. 8, pp. 563-568
  • Academic Legal Education: Interests and Expectations of the Estonian Legal System, Juridica Abstract, 2002, no. 4, pp. 215-217
  • Political Affiliations and Law, Juridica Abstract, 1998, no. 4, pp. 166-167

Languages

  • Estonian (Native)
  • Russian (Fluent)
  • English (Fair)

Articles in Juridica International



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