Members

EJTN has some 37 members representing EU states as well as EU transnational bodies. Members are key stakeholders in EJTN’s endeavours and enjoy full voting rights.     

Members

Austria

Federal Ministry of Justice / Bundesministerium für Justiz In Austria, the continuous training of magistrates is based on a balanced system of decentralized and centralized training modules designe...

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Belgium

L’Institut de formation judiciaire (IFJ)   Law and statute The Judicial Training Institute (JTI) is a young Belgian institution, and has been founded by the law of 31 January 2007. It commenced its...

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Bulgaria

National Institute of Justice The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) became operational on January 1, 2004. It was built upon the achievements of the Magistrates’ Training Center, a nongovernmenta...

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Croatia

The Judicial Academy of Croatia The Judicial Academy was established in 2004 as an institute within the Ministry of justice in charge of initial and continuous judicial training. It obtained the...

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Cyprus

Supreme Court of Cyprus  Contact Supreme Court Charalambos Mouskos Str 1404 Nicosia - Cyprus Tel: +357 22865737 Fax: +357 22304500 Website: http://www.supremecourt.gov.cy

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Czech Republic

Judicial Academy The Judicial Academy (JA) was established in 2002 by the Act No. 6/2002 Coll. as the central institution of the justice sector for the training of judges, state prosecutors and oth...

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Denmark

Court Administration / Domstolsstyrelsen  The ordinary Danish Courts comprise the Supreme Court, two High Courts and 24 district courts as well as the Land Registration Court and the Maritime and...

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The Academy of European Law

The Academy of European Law (ERA; acronym for Europäische Rechtsakademie) promotes the awareness, understanding and good practice of EU law by providing legal professionals with training and a foru...

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Estonia: Supreme Court of Estonia

Supreme Court of Estonia, Training Department  The Supreme Court of Estonia started to organize judicial training in 2009, after the liquidation of Estonian Law Center Foundation, which had been...

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Finland

Ministry of Justice / Oikeusministeriö  In Finland the judiciary training under the Ministry of Justice is organized by four units: Judicial administration department’s training unit; Enforcement’s...

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France

The French National School for the Judiciary The French National School for the Judiciary school has two locations, one in Bordeaux for initial training, and one in Paris for permanent training and...

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Germany

Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection - Bundesministerium der Justiz und für Verbraucherschutz The Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection ( Bundesministerium der Justiz u...

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Greece

National School of Judges The National School of Judges is a Legal Entity of Public Law, which is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Justice and is administered by Justices of the High Court...

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Ireland

Committee for Judicial Studies Institute The basic law of the State is the Constitution of Ireland adopted by referendum in 1937 replacing the Constitution of the Irish Free State (1922). The...

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Luxembourg

Parquet général As in other EU Member States, in Luxembourg both judges (magistrats du siège) and public prosecutors (magistrats du parquet) are members of the same professional body. The court...

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Malta

Judicial Studies Committee The Maltese Judicial Studies Committee (JSC) was established in 2003 as the body responsible for the initial and continuous judicial training of the members of the...

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Netherlands

Studiecentrum Rechtspleging Since its establishment in 1960, SSR has been the joint training institute of the Dutch judicial system and the Public Prosecution Service, operating independently from...

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Poland

National School of Judiciary and Public Prosecution The National School of Judiciary and Public Prosecution (Krajowa Szkoła Sądownictwa i Prokuratury) was established as a legal entity on the basis...

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Portugal

Centre For Judicial Studies Created in 1979, and under the responsibility of the Ministry of Justice, although with legal personality and administrative autonomy, the Centro de Estudos Judiciários ...

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Romania

National Institute of Magistracy Established in 1992 in order to meet the needs of shaping a professional body of highly qualified magistrates – judges and prosecutors, National Institute of...

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Slovak Republic

Judicial Academy of the Slovak Republic The Judicial Academy of the Slovak Republic is an independent educational institution with nation – wide coverage that ensures, organizes and executes the...

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Slovenia

Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Slovenia Judicial Training Centre The Judicial Training Centre is an affiliated body of the Ministry of Justice. The tasks of the JTC are defined by the law a...

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Spain: Centro de Estudios Jurídicos

The Centre for Legal Studies (CEJ) is a national autonomous body within the Ministry of Justice, regulated by its own rules approved by RD 1276/2003. The CEJ is the Spanish institution in charge of...

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UK: England and Wales

The Judicial College The Judicial College (formerly the Judicial Studies Board) is an independent judicial body and part of the Judicial Office for England and Wales. It draws its funds, staff and...

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UK: Northern Ireland

The Judicial Studies Board for Northern Ireland The Common Law system has existed throughout Ireland since the 17 th century and the law in Ireland and England developed along similar lines. That...

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UK: Scotland

The Judicial Institute for Scotland Scots law has its origins in the European civilian law systems, but has gradually developed similarities to the English common law system. Thus comparative lawye...

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