The October and November edition of the CSM Romania Newsletter PDF Print E-mail

Newsletter number 4 contains a speech by the President of the CSM, Mr Horatius Dumbrava, on the occasion of the opening of the new Judicial Year. Newsletter number 5 focuses a.o. on project implemented by CSM that aimed to draft legislative proposals that would promote a nationwide unitary jurisprudence.

ENCJ confirms importance of Judicial Training in EU Law PDF Print E-mail

The European Network of Councils for the Judiciary underlines the message of the European Commission in their recent communication on European Judicial Training. The ENCJ stresses that the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) and the national training institutes are indispensible in reaching the goals set out by the European Commission.  The ENCJ is fully committed to contribute to the ambitions of the Commission and calls upon its Members to support and initiate actions that may add to the judges of Europe becoming European judges. 

ENCJ press release on Judicial Training

European Commission adopts Communication on Judicial Training PDF Print E-mail

On 13 September 2011 the European Commission adopted a Communication titled "Building trust in EU-wide justice - A new dimension to European judicial training" . In it the European Commision sets a goal of training 700.000 legal professionals in EU law by 2020.

Corresponding press release of the European Commission

Third edition Newsletter CSM Romania PDF Print E-mail
In august the Romanian Council for the Judiciary published its third edition of the Newsletter. In the newsletter The President of the Council calls for solidarity between judges and other legal professionales.
ENCJ Newsletter 7th Edition PDF Print E-mail
The 7th Edition of the ENCJ Bulletin is published. In this new edition, you may read a report of the last meeting of the General Assembly in Vilnius, and news regarding the Judiciary and the judicial policies in several European countries.

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05/04/2016 > CCJE and the CCPE publish report on the challenges for judicial impartiality and independence in Council of Europe member States
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Report from the CCJE and the CCPE on the main challenges for judicial impartiality and independence in Council of Europe member States The Bureaus of the Consultative Council of European Judges (CCJE [ ... ]

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Public consultation on electronic evidence

The European Commission has recently published a public consultation with an aim to collect current practices in cross-border electronic evidence in the Member States. This is the link to the relevant page. The objective of the Commission is...

Statement by the Executive Board of the ENCJ on Poland - 17 July 2017

The Executive Board of the ENCJ is greatly dismayed to learn that both the lower and the upper house of the Polish Parliament last week approved two reforms which have been the subject of trenchant criticism over the past year. Furthermore,...

ENCJ President speaks in the European Parliament

On 22 June 2017 the President of the ENCJ was invited to address the LIBE meeting with the national parliaments of the Member States on the EU Mechanism on Democracy, Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights. In her speech she reflected on the role...

ENCJ report Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Judicial Domain

In 2016-2017 the ENCJ studies the issue of Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Judicial Domain. The idea for the Project resulted from the fact that there are a number of ongoing changes to the ways in which civil, family and even some...

ENCJ adopts Paris Declaration on resilient justice

The ENCJ gathered from 7th to 9th June in the Cour de Cassation in Paris for its General Assembly. The central theme of resilient justice was discussed and the Paris declaration was adopted. In it the ENCJ calls upon the European Institutions...

General Assembly elects new Board members

On the 7th of June 2017 the ENCJ Members gathered in Paris to elect  3 new Board members.  The Državnosudbeno vijeće / State Judicial Council of Croatia, the Portuguese Conselho Superior da Magistratura and the Judges' Council of...

ENCJ President addresses the congress of Polish Lawyers in Katowice

On 20 May 2017 over a 1000 lawyers and judges gathered in Katowice in Poland for a congress to discuss the reform of the judiciary and the state of the rule of law in Poland. The congress was organised by the Association of Polish Judges...

Statement of the ENCJ Executive Board concerning judicial reforms in Poland

The ENCJ has been following the situation in Poland closely and has on several occasions called upon the executive to respect the independence of the judiciary, and to undertake reforms to the justice system only after meaningful consultation...
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