Closing Conference of the project: “CJEU Hearings’ Recording as a Judicial Training Tool.”

We are delighted to announce the Closing Conference of the project: “CJEU Hearings’ Recording as a Judicial Training Tool.” Chaired by the President of the Court of Justice of the EU and hosted by the CJEU, this event is set to take place online on March 7 from 15:00 to 17:30.

EJTN 2024 one-hour lunch webinars: learning EU law during your lunchtime

Since January 2024, EJTN launched a new programme of lunchtime webinars held every other Thursday at 13.00 CET.

EJTN hosts language seminars dedicated to court staff and bailiffs in cross-border civil and criminal law procedures

EJTN in cooperation with the Academy of European Law (ERA) hosted a language seminar for court staff and bailiffs in European criminal law.

TNA event organised by EJTN

On the 23rd of January 2024, the EJTN organised its Training Need Assessment event which took place in a hybrid format, online and in Brussels.

Registration for the THEMIS 2024 Competition is now open!

Registration for the semi-finals of the THEMIS 2023 Competition is now open, offering an exciting opportunity for future European magistrates. The THEMIS Competition provides a unique platform to debate EU law, practice judicial skills, and connect with colleagues from different countries.

Take the initiative: application cycle to regional exchanges and judiciary learning grant programme is open

EJTN offers several opportunities to create an exchange project with flexibility, tailored to the needs of judges, prosecutors, court staff and trainers via project-based exchanges.

Closing Conference of the project: CJEU Hearings’ Recording as a Judicial Training

The European Commission and the Court of Justice of the EU will organise an online conference on 7 March 2024, between 16:00 and 18:00 (CET).

Applications to EJTN-CEPOL joint exchanges. Deadline: 16 February 2024

Are you interested in exchanging and building a network with European law enforcement officials? Do you want to discover their work in the field?

New Calls for Experts for the Western Balkans 2 Project are now open!

Within the framework of the Western Balkans II Project (Pilot Action on Judicial Training IPA/2021/425-032), EJTN is launching three new calls for experts in judicial training on EU law.

EJTN-EPPO Cooperation enforced: First visit at EPPO and new plans for 2024

The EJTN Exchange Programme constantly pursues new paths to innovative and extended training opportunities in European Judicial Co-operation to provide for an attractive, up-to-date, and high-quality content in our co-operation with European judicial bodies.

EJTN releases its new Catalogue of Training Activities for 2024

The new EJTN Catalogue of Training Activities for 2024 is now available. This new, more extensive Catalogue, which replaces our previous Calendar, brings together our digital, initial, and continuous training activities.

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About us

Who are we ?

We are a membership-based association. Our members are judicial training institutions from all EU members states and the Academy of European Law.

Our vision is to foster mutual trust between judiciary professionals from all EU member states and to contribute creating a common legal and judicial European culture. We achieve this vision by providing networking opportunities for our members, observers, and partners, and by offering tailored training to all 400.000 judges, prosecutors, court staff, and judicial trainers in the EU.


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Our training CATALOGUE

Online Training Catalogue

Our full training offer can be found on the EJTN Online Training Catalogue.

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About us

How we work ?

EJTN follows a bottom-up approach: Our members learn with each other and from each other.

We design and implement all EJTN training activities together through our four working groups: Exchange Programme, Programmes, Judicial Training Methods, and Linguistics.

This work mode enables our members to exchange best practices and also to improve their domestic training programmes back home, all across Europe.


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Our key statement

Judicial Training Principles

EJTN’s nine judicial training principles are our key statement and serve as common foundation and framework for Europe’s judicial training institutions.


Judicial Training Principles

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With whom do we cooperate?

EJTN acts as a platform for judicial training. We maintain a wide range of partnerships with EU institutions and agencies, and with our partner networks and associations.

EJTN remains open for new partnerships.


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