Anna Skrjabina has more than 16 years of experience in the Ministry of Justice and National Court Administration of Latvia, currently working as an independent consultant and researcher focused on justice administration, technology, and legal design.

As a practitioner at the Ministry of Justice, she implemented and led several large-scale justice reform projects and development initiates, among them, a comprehensive evaluation of the Latvian justice system in cooperation with the OECD, Council of Europe, and International Monetary Fund. Skrjabina established and managed the Working Group for the Efficiency of the Latvian Judicial System, introducing the methodology for case-weighting systems in Latvian courts.

Skrjabina initiated the development of the Online Dispute Resolution concept in Latvia. She was part of the OECD Advisory Committee on Access to Justice, and she is a long-term expert for the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) and is engaged in the country cooperation and, as a scientific expert, contributed to the CEPEJ European Judicial System Evaluation Report 2022.

From 2023, Skrjabina has also been in the project team of the European Law Institute project on the Digitalisation of Justice Systems in Europe.

In 2015, she initiated and further led, the organisation of the ELI General Assembly in Riga, Latvia.