Lelde Elīna Liepiņa – Goldberga



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Lelde Elīna Liepiņa – Goldberga specialises in matters related to free movement of goods and services in the EU market, as well as in sustainable financial, commercial and compliance issues. Lelde provides legal assistance to customers in practices such as sustainable regulation of goods and services, unfair commercial practices, corporate Governance and others.

Lelde’s previous experience with EU law gives valuable knowledge to assist other colleagues in both local and cross-border deals. Also, internship in the European Court of Human Rights has also given Lelde valuable experience in matters relating to human rights. Currently, Lelde is actively interested in sustainability issues particularly in the goods and services market, including greenwashing and risks associated with it.


University of Latvia

Master of Laws (LL.M.)


University of Latvia

Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)


University of Zagreb

LL.B. in Law, ERASMUS+ exchange programme

European Law Students' Association Latvia (ELSA Latvia)



MiCA Regulation – Stricter Terms in the Markets in Crypto assets
The Baltic Times, 29.06.2023.

New Regulation (EU) 2023/1114 of the European Parliament and of the Council for markets in crypto assets (so-called MiCA Regulation) is a crucial novelty to achieve a common legal framework in the growing market of crypto assets in the EU countries.


Legal reform as a catalyst for social enterprise: an international social enterprise law & policy report
Morrison& Foerster LLP in cooperation with the Lex Mundi Pro Bono Foundation and its affiliate member firms

Ellex experts in Latvia Iveta Ceple and Lelde Elīna Liepiņa have contributed to the social enterprise law and policy report to identify legal structures and policies that nations can adopt to catalyse the advancement of social enterprises around the world.


COUNTRY UPDATE-Latvia: ESG Reporting
Thomson Reuters

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting has become a major regulatory issue in Europe. Non-financial disclosure is seen as playing a key role in helping the financial sector address climate change and sustainability. It is also being used to assess and improve problems such as poor workplace diversity and gender pay gaps. After an outline of EU legislation, this article provides an overview of ESG law in Latvia by Lelde Elina Liepina of Ellex.
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