About this initiative

Summary

Training of justice professionals (judges, prosecutors, court staff, bailiffs, lawyers, notaries, mediators, prison staff, probation officers, etc.) on EU law is essential to ensure that EU legislation is correctly applied in the EU. European judicial training is implemented by national and EU level actors according to a 2011 strategy, which expires in 2020. A new strategy will need to be adopted, reflecting the results of the evaluation of the 2011 Strategy and of a wide public consultation.

Topic
Justice and fundamental rights
Type of act
Communication

Roadmap

Feedback: CLOSED
Type
Feedback period
08 November 2017 - 06 December 2017
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Feedback (5)

  • Honorable Society of King's Inns (Ireland)
    6 December 2017 Academic/research institution
    Honorable Society of King's Inns (Ireland)

    Please see attached PDF document for feedback.

  • Council of Europe HELP Programme (France)
    6 December 2017 Public authority
    Council of Europe HELP Programme (France)

    The Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP) of the Council of Europe welcomes and is pleased to contribute to this Roadmap and would like to stress the link between training and judgments. The timing coincides with the revision of the CoE CDDH revision of the CoE Committee of Ministers Rec(2004)4 on the European Convention on Human Rights in university education and professional training. Ahead of next consultation activities, we...

  • Anonymous (Germany)
    6 December 2017 Public authority
    Anonymous (Germany)

    Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, Germany (BMJV) 1) BMJV welcomes the idea to include ethics, rule of law and independence of the judiciary as topics into the topical remits of European Judicial Training Strategy. German training institutions is successfully offering seminars on historical developments of the role of law (during and since the illicit National Socialist regime in Germany or the former German Democratic...

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Public consultation

Feedback: CLOSED
Feedback period
01 February 2018 - 26 April 2018
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Commission adoption

Type

Communication
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