Catalogue Plus

EJTN’s Catalogue+ programme upgrades existing training courses of EJTN’s Members and finances international participation in these and their interpretation. The courses are available for Europe’s judiciary, and cover various fields of law, including fundamental rights, criminal law and civil law.

What is it?

The Catalogue+ programme upgrades existing training courses of EJTN Member judicial training institutions and finances international participation in these.



What’s the objective?

The purpose of Catalogue+ programme is to give European magistrates the opportunity to attend a training course organised by the judicial training institutions that are Members of the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN). EJTN’s Catalogue+ programme upgrades existing training courses of EJTN’s Members and finances international participation in these. The courses are available for Europe’s judiciary, and cover various fields of law.

Key Topics

Each course offered within the Catalogue+ programme is EU-law related and does not surpass two days in length (exceptions are possible). The offered seminars typically deal with the following topics:


18 EJTN Members institutions contributed to this project in 2021, organising a seminar(s) on a topic of law. There were 37 Catalogue+ seminars with 400 places opened to foreign participants.

Out of the 400 places, 142 foreign participants successfully participated in this portfolio. Additionally, 355 national participants took part in the Catalogue+ seminars offered by their respective national training institutions. All in all, a total of 497 EU magistrates received training for 2021 under this project.

Activities planned for 2024


Activity reference Title of the seminar Date Venue
CP/2024/01 Crossborder Crimes, Joint Investigation Teams 14-15 February 2024 Madrid, Spain
CP/2024/02 The fight against organised crime between criminal law, trial and execution 11-13 March 2024 Florence, Italy
CP/2024/03 Seminar on International Law 15 March 2024 Lisbon, Portugal
CP/2024/04 Seizure and confiscation 19-20 March 2026 Brussels, Belgium
CP/2024/05 Prevention of corruption in national and European level in public and private sector 19-20 March 2024 Thessaloniki, Greece
CP/2024/06 Problem Solving Justice 14-15 March 2024 Prague, Czech Republic
CP/2024/07 Code of Deontology for Court Staff – GDPR- sensitive personal data 28-29 March 2024 Thessaloniki, Greece
CP/2024/08 Legal English. Civil matters 9-11 April 2024 Bucharest, Romania
CP/2024/09 Public Administration and sensitive social groups – quality of public service- the rights of disabled people 12 April 2024 Thessaloniki, Greece
CP/2024/36 The hearing of children and adolescents in the process. Justice adopted for children. 18-19 April 2024 Madrid, Spain
CP/2024/10 Personal Data Protection 19 April 2024 Lisbon, Portugal
CP/2024/11 Legal English. Criminal matters 23-25 April 2024 Bucharest, Romania
CP/2024/34 Communication skills for Court Staff 29-30 April 2024 Zagreb, Croatia
CP/2024/12 Communication and justice 15-17 May 2024 Florence, Italy
CP/2024/13 International Protection of Human Rights 20-21 May 2024 Madrid, Spain
CP/2024/14 Anti-Money Laundering for the Judiciary,
Law Enforcement and Criminal Defence
23-24 May 2024 Trier, Germany
CP/2024/15 The judiciary, duty of reserve, freedom of expression and social networks 29 May 2024 Lisbon, Portugal
CP/2024/37 Personal development and leadership training 4-5 June 2024 Utrecht, The Netherlands
CP/2024/16 Challenges before the national judge in the application of Regulation (EU) No. 650/2012 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 04.07.2012 on jurisdiction, applicable law, recognition and enforcement of decisions and acceptance and enforcement of authentic acts in the field of inheritance and on the creation of a European Certificate of Inheritance, related to authentic acts and evidence 20-21 June 2024 Sofia, Bulgaria
CP/2024/17 The European Public Prosecutor’s Office  1-4 July 2024 Trier, Germany/Rhineland-Palatinate
CP/2024/18 On the Independence of the Judiciary – A European Comparison  14-19 July 2024 Wustrau, Germany/Brandenburg
CP/2024/19 Judicial and prosecutorial ethics – standards from a transnational comparative point of view 9-13 September 2024 Wustrau, Germany/Brandenburg
CP/2024/20 Legal English. Civil matters 17-19 September 2024 Bucharest, Romania
CP/2024/35 Ne bis in idem 25-26 September 2024 Split, Croatia
CP/2024/21 Annual Conference on European Family Law 2024
3-4 October 2024 Barcelona, Spain
CP/2024/22 Legal English. Criminal matters  15-17 October 2024 Bucharest, Romania
CP/2024/23 Energy Law- Renewable energy sources- European and National Framework- Potential use of AI and Protection of personal data 17-18 October 2024 Thessaloniki, Greece
CP/2024/24 Justice and Environmental Protection 4-8 November 2024 Paris, France
CP/2024/25 Conference on Financial and Economic Crime 7-8 November 2024
Ljubljana, Slovenia
CP/2024/26 Digitalization of justice – lessons, good practices, risks and necessary guarantees for fundamental human rights 11-12 November 2024 Sofia, Bulgaria
CP/2024/27 Corruption: Detection, Prevention, Repression 18-22 November 2024 Paris, France
CP/2024/28 Preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence 25-27 November 2024 Napoli, Italy
CP/2024/29 Recent Case Law of the CJEU and ECtHR on Privacy and Data Protection 2-3 December 2024 Trier, Germany
CP/2024/30 Court Management  16-20 December 2024 Paris, France
CP/2024/31 Presentations Skills and Public speaking TBD 2024 Prague, Czech Republic
CP/2024/32 Pursuing alimony claims in cross-border cases TBD 2024 Kraków, Poland
CP/2024/33 Judicial cooperation in criminal matters TBD 2024 Kraków, Poland
CP/2024/38 ToT Essential EU law (2 days)  TBD 2024 Utrecht, The Netherlands


Any questions?

For any queries regarding the Catalogue Plus Project please contact Ms Brandi BROWN-MOREAU at the EJTN Secretariat: