EJTN’s activity report: more than 7,000 participants to EJTN activities in 2022

EJTN’s 2022 activity report, which recounts the achievements and developments of EJTN over the past year, is now available. Last year was very productive for the Network, with more than 7,100 participants attending EJTN exchanges, seminars and webinars.

The Slovenian Judicial Training Centre hosts the second meeting of EJTN’s Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms Sub-Working Group

The Judicial Training Centre, an affiliated body of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Slovenia, hosted last 11-12 September the second 2023 meeting of EJTN’s Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms Sub-Working Group (HFR SWG).

Applications to EJTN Exchange Programme 2024: deadline 16 October 2023

Are you interested in discovering other judicial systems or immersing yourself in the work of another judicial institution?

Call for applications for EJTN’s exchanges in 2024. You can already start preparing your project

Did you know that EJTN provides you with the opportunity to design your own professional exchange through project-based exchanges?

Register for EJTN’s webinar on exchange activities for 2024 (13 September at 12:00, CET)

Are you a judge, prosecutor or member of court staff? Would you like to participate in an exchange activity in another EU Member State? EJTN is hosting organise an information webinar from 12:00 to 14:00 (CET) with information on its Exchange Programme and the accompanying application process.

EJTN lunchtime webinars: learn about EU law during your lunch breaktime, after the summer break

In September EJTN will launch a new series of lunchtime webinars. They are ideal for judges, prosecutors and court staff who are interested in learning about and discussing current topics in EU law.

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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 platform

Digital Training Hub

Our full training offer and training material can be found on the EJTN Digital Training Hub.

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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.


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Our partners

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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