EU judicial training policy
Training of justice professionals on EU law is an essential tool to ensure the correct and effective application of EU law, to foster mutual trust among justice professionals in cross-border proceedings and to support the implementation of the EU values and principles, such as the rule of law. It aims to enable all justice professionals (judges, prosecutors, court staff, lawyers, notaries, bailiffs, probation officers, prison staff, etc.) to see the role of EU law in their daily practice, give it full effect and secure the respect of rights and obligations stemming from EU law in national and cross-border judicial proceedings.
European training platform
Search tool for justice practitioners to find training courses and self-training resources on EU law. Legal practitioners and justice professionals can find in the ETP application, training courses and self-learning material on a great variety of topics.
EU training networks & structures
With the developments in European legislation and greater mobility of European citizens, a clear need has emerged in the past decade for continuous training for legal practitioners at European level. Such training is provided by several European structures established with the support of Member States, and a number of professional organisations, often with supported by European funding.
National training structures
Information on the organisation of national training of legal practitioners. Training arrangements in the EU countries ensure the quality and scale of the training.
Good training practices
Trainers will find factsheets here describing good practices in training judges and prosecutors. The practices cover a wide range of topics, from training needs assessment to training delivery and evaluation.
Good planning is essential for the success of a training course. The following (though not always directly related to European judicial training) are examples of good training practices and may be useful to training providers.