The comprehensive reform of EU data protection rules in 2016 will present new challenges for judicial practitioners across Europe.
To address the changes to EU’s data protection framework and foster discussion among practitioners from the different EU Member States, this day-and-a-half training will focus on the most relevant legal and jurisprudential developments in the field of data protection and privacy rights. It will gather leading experts in this field to offer a practical overview of the new Regulation and Directives stemming from the EU’s data protection reform package, as well as a discussion on the Court of Justice (CJEU) seminal judgment on the ‘Right to be Forgotten’. Practical workshops will focus on online privacy, access to information, and exceptions to the protection of personal data.
The training will serve as a forum for the exchange of knowledge and best practices between judges from across the EU. Participants are expected to have some background knowledge of the subject.
Administrative and civil law judges from all EU Member States
Terms and Conditions of Participation
Expense Claim Form
Private Car Travel Reimbursement Form
All applications must be submitted through the candidates' national EJTN member institution.
Number of places:
39 judges and prosecutors
Deadline for applications: Applications for this training are now closed.