Two day webinar organised in partnership with the Association of European Administrative Judges (AEAJ) and focused on constructive solutions to conflicts between national and European law in the application of fundamental rights and freedoms.
The training will be carried out by leading academics and practitioners and will cover topics as diverse as potential conflicts between judicial and administrative decisions and fundamental rights, conflicts between primary and secondary EU law, and between the former and the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).
This training will combine theoretical lectures with practical workshops based on specialised case-studies and 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, civil law and criminal law judges from all EU Member states
Mandatory case study (to be prepared beforehand)
Applying the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the european Union in la wand policymaking at national level - guidance (FRA)
1. Sources summary - Zeller
2. Case study: H. Böhmann
3. Case study: D. Rabenschlag
Sources of Fundamental Rights - ZELLER
Presentation of the Introductory Case-Study - BÖHMANN
Final decisions violating EU law and the ECHR - RABENSCHLAG
Conflicts of EU law in the Field of Fundamental Rights and of ECHR with national constitutional law - JOČIENĖ
Possible Violations of Fundamental Rights - RAGULSKYTE-MARKOVIENE
Relationship between ECHR and EU Law - JOČIENĖ
Case study: Family life and COVID-19 restrictions on travel into the EU - RABENSCHLAG
All applications must be submitted through the candidates' national EJTN member institution.
Number of places:
EJTN - 20 judges
AEAJ - 20 judges
Deadline for applications:
Deadline for Registration form: