On Friday, the Supreme Court officially opened it's newly renovated building on Toomemägi in Tartu and President Kersti Kaljulaid and Prime Minister Jüri Ratas attended the ceremony.
The Supreme Court returned to Toomemägi in March after renovation work was completed, but it was not possible to hold an opening ceremony at the time.
As this year is a significant year - it marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Supreme Court's activities - it was decided to delay the official opening until later in the year.
Speaking at the opening, Kaljulaid said the Supreme Court is not about winning or losing, but about gaining clarity, and it has an important role in keeping the legislation of the constitution.
In addition to the president and Ratas, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Villu Kõve also made speech.
Editor: Helen Wright