This page contains a wide range of judicial training resources.
Some resources are the outputs of EJTN's own projects and programmes, while other materials have been produced by external sources.
This page is updated regularly as new resources become available.
Podcasts produced in conjunction with various training events and seminars.
These good training practices were collected from 23 judicial training organisations across Europe such as national judicial training institutions, the Academy of European Law (ERA), the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) and EJTN.
Each of the resulting 65 good practices, arranged under five themes, present the key features of the good practice, highlight the relevant contact persons for the good practice and provide comments and further analysis about the good practice.
The EJTN training curricula aim at contributing to the development of a genuine European judicial culture, based on diversity of the legal systems of the Member States and unity through European law in different fields of activity: Criminal law, Civil law, Legal language and Trainers/Methodology.
COPEN is an educational training tool designed to facilitate the training of the judicial authorities in the field of judicial cooperation in criminal matters within the European Union.
The tool is principally made available to all national authorities responsible for judicial training for the purpose of developing specific training cycles on the subject as well as to any other actor involved in judicial cooperation during their daily professional practice. It may also be used by any person who has an interest in this field.