Administrative Law

The EJTN Administrative Law Portfolio foresees a large offer and designs and implements high-quality and practical trainings for the EU judiciary in an array of areas.

What is it?

The EJTN Administrative Law Portfolio foresees a large offer and designs and implements high-quality and practical training for Administrative Law Judges, Prosecutors, Trainers and Judicial Professionals in Europe.


What’s the objective?

EJTN’s Administrative Law trainings seek to bring together administrative law judges, prosecutors and trainers and provide participants a unique opportunity to exchange experiences and best practices with their counterparts across Europe, as well as to discuss the most recent developments in their field of professional interest with leading experts and practitioners.

All trainings include a set of framework lectures and multiple workshops where participants discuss practical cases and exchange views on their domestic legislation and the application of the relevant EU legal instruments.

Key topics

Since its creation in 2011, Administrative Law has expanded its curriculum to include a rich set of trainings in fields as diverse as:

  • EU Administration law and Procedure

  • EU Data Protection and Privacy Rights

  • EU Environmental Law

  • EU Preliminary Ruling Procedure

  • EU Asylum Law

  • EU Public Procurements

  • EU Competiton Law

  • EU Migration Law

  • EU Antitrust Law

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution in Administrative Law

  • Electronic Communication Law


In 2021, EJTN has faced the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic situation by continuing its seminars in a new format and making them accessible to all participants accross the EU with the great help of its Experts, Activity Coordinators and support of its Members.

EJTN’s Administrative Law project provided 14 seminars (4 face to face events and 10 online classrooms) on different key topics attended by 366 EU practitioners. A three episodes webinar series has been also implemented. Despite the pandemic context, the online trainings and webinars received a very positive feedback from the attendees and were highly appreciated by justice practitioners with great added value for their professional development.

The Administrative Law portfolio is able to  deliver its training to a large audience, thanks to the possibility of connecting online from any part of the world.

Activities planned for 2023

Reference Topics Dates Venue
AD/2023/01 The Role of the Administrative Judges in the State 2-3 March Thessaloniki, Greece
AD/2023/02 EU Migration Law 22-23 March Lisbon, Portugal
AD/2023/03 EU Tax Law 6-7 April Thessaloniki, Greece
AD/2023/04 Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence in Administrative Law 27-28 April Rome, Italy
AD/2023/05 Data Protection and Privacy Rights 29-30 May Ljubljana, Slovenia
AD/2023/06 EU Public Procurement 15-16 June Trier, Germany
AD/2023/07 EU Environmental Law 26-27 September Trier, Germany
AD/2023/08 EU Preliminary Ruling Procedure 25-26 October Luxembourg
AD/2023/09 Asylum Law 15-16 November Tikkurila, Finland
AD/2023/10 Prevention of Conflicts of Interest in Administrative Cases 29-30 November Zagreb, Croatia
AD/2023/11 State Liability 20-21 September EJTN Online
AD/2023/12 Social Security  7-8 November EJTN Online
AD/2023/13 The Interplay Between Competition Law and Public Procurement 11-12 May EJTN Online
AD/2023/14 Digital Market in Competition Law 12-13 October EJTN Online

Any questions?

For any queries regarding the Administrative Law Portfolio, please contact Ms Eunice Litu at the EJTN Secretariat: