One-day-and-a-half training based on a ‘learn-by-doing’ methodology. Judges and prosecutors from all member States will be involved in a series of practical workshops addressing problems of jurisdiction and international cooperation in cybercrime, working on case scenarios inspired by real facts and involving both national and cross-border judicial cooperation.
Participants will comment on the practical cases according to their national legal systems and, most importantly, learn about their colleagues’ systems in counterpart Member States. The seminar will address such issues as international framework on cybercrime, the conflict of jurisdiction and cross-border access to data, remote access to digital data, open source evidence, international cooperation in criminal matters in the light of the EIO. Participants will be assisted by international and national experts, Europol and Eurojust representatives. The training will include presentations on the role of Europol and EUROJUST in judicial cooperation in criminal matters, as well as a framework lecture on the topic of the training’s practical case.
Judges and prosecutors from all Member States with preference for those involved in judicial cooperation in criminal matters and/or dealing with cross-border criminal cases and cyvercrime.
Terms and Conditions of Participation
Please use the online registration link
All applications must be submitted through the candidates' national EJTN member institution.
Number of places:
36 participants from all Member States
Deadline for applications:
29 June 2018