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Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship

Launch of e-Justice Portal: Justice at a click

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Citizens will get their first look at the first European e-Justice website on 16 July. The portal is the access point to justice throughout the EU. It will help citizens, businesses, lawyers and judges get answers on a variety of legal questions: How do I find a lawyer abroad? How can I search the land register of another Member State? How, as a judge, do I apply another country's law? The answers will be just a click away, available on the new e-Justice portal in 22 official EU languages. Explaining legal questions in an easy-to-understand way and drawing on information from the 27 Member States, the portal will boost mutual understanding of different legal systems and contribute to the creation of a single area of justice.