European Civil Procedure in Family Law matters – basic (CI/2022/02)

Start Date: Tuesday, November 29, 2022
End Date: Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Category: EU Civil Law
Venue: Pirna, Germany
Language(s): English
Training level: Introductory
Type EJTN-funded activities

  

APPLICATION PROCEDURES ARE HANDLED BY EJTN'S MEMBER ORGANISATIONS 

TRAINING CONTENT AND TARGET AUDIENCE

 

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

 

Target Group:

 Judges and prosecutors and court staff from all EU Member States

 Learning objectives:

The seminar is designed to provide the basic training in European Civil Procedure in Family Law matters.

 Short description of the programme:

The added value of the two day-long seminar consists of delivering in-depth insights on diversified aspects of civil procedure in family Law matters (e.g. cross-border divorce and parental responsibility).

The training will be carried out by leading academics and practitioners. Expert speakers will present the Brussels IIb and Rome III Regulations and discuss issues like jurisdiction, applicable law, recognition and enforcement of decisions and cooperation in matters of parental responsibility and child abduction.

In order to combine the theoretical approach with a more concrete one, workshop sessions will be organised in order to provide a widened knowledge on EU legislation and case law and facilitate the exchange of best practices.

 

 

 

Application procedure: 

All applications must be submitted through the candidates' national EJTN member institution.

Participation:

Upon invitation by EJTN, participants register via EJTN online  platform to which they receive access.
After the event, reimbursement is processed via EJTN online platform.

Useful documents:

Terms and conditions of participation

Frequently Asked Questions

Deadline for application:

 30 September 2022

 

PROGRAMME AND DOCUMENTATION

 

CONTACT(S)

 

 

1/ Ischtar Khalaf-Newsome_MiKK

2/ Joanna Guttzeit

3/ Martina Erb-Klünemann parental responsibility recognition enforcement

4/ Martina Erb-Klünemann parental responsibiity jurisdiction

5/ Nadia Rusinova BrIIb and Hague conventions

6/ Nadia Rusinova Habitual residence CJEU

7/ Myriam de Hemptinne_Cooperation

8/ Myriam de Hemptinne_Hearing of the child in crossborder family litigation

9/ Raimund Schwendner - Identifying a Child’s Opinion - Hearing of a Child

10/ Agenda

11/ Contacts

 

 

 

 

EJTN Secretariat:

Daniel Graur
daniel.graur@ejtn.eu