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European Commission assesses legal training needs
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27 Sep 2023 / eu Print

European Commission assesses legal training

The European Commission is currently assessing legal training needs in the EU.

The objective is to develop comprehensive training e-capsules focused on three areas of EU law  – fundamental rights, civil matters, and criminal matters.

The European Judicial Network (in civil and commercial matters) facilitates the networking of judicial authorities in EU countries in order to improve judicial cooperation.

Civil matters

A judge or other authority dealing with judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters who may need help in a cross-border case can avail of its resources.

More information is available online.

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