EU Justice scoreboard
The EU Justice Scoreboard is an information tool aiming to assist the EU and Member States to achieve more effective justice by providing objective, reliable and comparable data on the quality, independence and efficiency of justice systems in all Member States. Such data is essential to support reforms in national justice systems required to render justice systems more effective for citizens and businesses.
Well-functioning justice systems are an important structural condition on which Member States base their sustainable growth and social stability policies. Whatever the model of the national justice system or the legal tradition in which it is anchored, quality, independence and efficiency are some of the essential parameters of an 'effective justice system'.
The 2017 EU Justice Scoreboard
On 10 April 2017 the European Commission published the 2017 EU Justice Scoreboard ( and all other langauge versions), which gives a comparative overview of the quality, independence and efficiency of justice systems in the European Union (see accompanying press materials and studies). It aims at assisting Member States to improve the effectiveness of their justice systems. Compared to previous editions, the 2017 Scoreboard looks into new aspects of the functioning of justice systems, for example, how easily consumers can access justice and which channels they use to submit complaints against companies. For the first time, it also shows the length of criminal court proceedings relating to money laundering offences.
The 2016 EU Justice Scoreboard
On 11 April 2016 the European Commission published the 2016 EU Justice Scoreboard .
The 2015 EU Justice Scoreboard
On 9 March 2015 the European Commission published the 2015 EU Justice Scoreboard .
The 2014 EU Justice Scoreboard
On 17 March 2014 the European Commission published the 2014 EU Justice Scoreboard .
The 2013 EU Justice Scoreboard
On 27 March 2013 the European Commission published the 2013 EU Justice Scoreboard.