2021 EJTN Calendar of training activities : updates and September deadlines for application / Reminder September Webinars AD SWG / Reminder September lunchtime webinars

Please see below communication in relation to the following points :

  1. EJTN 2021 Calendar of activities – updates;
  2. Deadlines in September for submitting lists of applicants for various EJTN activities;
  3. Reminder September webinars implemented by the Administrative law sub working group;
  4. Reminder September 1 hour lunchtime webinars .

Note: Kindly note that EJTN is offering to bear the costs related to translation into English of the national sanitary rules applicable to hosting a face-to-face/hybrid EJTN event .

Please address in that sense to colleagues in charge of the organisation of the relevant activities .

 

  1. Please see in below table some updates regarding EJTN 2021 Calendar of training activities .

Please note that the web pages of activities are regularly updated and accessible through the searchable database http://www.ejtn.eu/Catalogue/EJTNs-searchable-database/

Activity reference Title + hyperlink Dates Venue Deadline of Application Updates
 
CR/2021/11 Cybercrime: New Challenges in Collecting Evidence on Cyberspace in the EU (basic) 7 – 8 October 2021 Scandicci, Italy 10 August 2021  Transformed Online

 New application deadline: 13 September 2021

CR/2021/19 EJTN-CEPOL-Training on Investigations related to Facilitation of Illegal Immigration cases (CR/2021/19 -01/21/CEPOL) 5-10 December 2021 Budapest, Hungary 1 October 2021  New dates: 15-19 November 2021

 Venue Confirmed: Hungary International Training Centre, Budapest, Hungary

 New Application Deadline: 24 September 2021

AD/2021/12 Webinar on Migration Law 14 September 2021 Online 20 August 2021 New Application Deadline: 3 September 2021
CP/2021/17 Training on Human Rights May-June 2021 Vilnius, Lithuania TBC  Will be held face-to-facein Vilnius

New dates: 18-19 November 2021

Application deadline Confirmed: 3 September 2021

CP/2021/23 Judicial Ethics September Zagreb or Zadar 16 July 2021 Will be held face-to-face in Zagreb

New dates: 16-17 September 2021

CP/2021/24 Legal English 6-8 October 2021 Bucharest Romania 16 August 2021 Confirmed to be held face-to-face
CP/2021/25 Environmental crimes 13-15 October 2021 Kroměříž, Czech Republic 16 August 2021 TBC if seminar to be held face-to-face – or  if it is postponed to 2022.

More information will be sent in September.

CP/2021/26 The interaction with the minors during the judiciary proceedings. Specifities 20-21 October 2021 Bucharest Romania 18 August 2021 To be held in Romanian, with French translation. No English interpretation.

To be held face-to-face

CP/2021/27 Personal development 25-26 November 2021 Bucharest Romania 14 September 2021 Confirmed to be held face-to-face
CP/2021/28 Current challenges to fundamental principles of European criminal law — ne bis in idem, proportionality, necessity and publicity. National and European case 11-12 November 2021 Sofia, Bulgaria 6 September 2021 Confirmed to be held face-to-face
CP/2021/29 European criminal cooperation and recent case law 15 November 2021 Online/Hybrid

(Hungary)

6 September 2021 To be held online
CP/2021/30 Corruption: detection, prevention, repression 15-19 November 2021 Paris, France 6 September 2021 Confirmed to be held face-to-face
CP/2021/31 Legal English. Criminal matters 16-18 November 2021 Bucharest, Romania 6 September 2021 Confirmed to be held face-to-face
CP/2021/32 Artificial intelligence and jurisdiction in practice: office organization and decision-making function 13-15 December 2021 Naples, Italy 25 October 2021 Confirmed to be held face-to-face
CP/2021/33 Court Management 06-10 December 2021 Paris, France 25 October 2021 Confirmed to be held face-to-face
CP/2021/34 Mentoring and tutoring in courts 09-10 December 2021 Tikkurila, Finland 25 October 2021 More information later in Autumn
CP/2021/35 Hate and discrimination crimes. Legal frame, case law. Commission and investigation of these conducts by the use of information technologies 13-16 December 2021 Madrid, Spain 25 October 2021 Confirmed to be held face-to-face
CP/2021/36 Regulation (EU) 2018/1805 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 November 2018 on the mutual recognition of freezing orders and confiscation orders 29 November -2 December 2021 Madrid, Spain 4 October 2021 To be held Online

New title:  Evidence prior to the trial. Comparative law. Restorative Justice

CP/2021/37 Professional Practice TBC Utrecht, The Netherlands TBC New Dates: 8-9 November 2021. It will be two whole days.

New Deadline: 6 September 2021

Confirmed to be held face-to-face

CM/2021/19 Copyrigt law Droit de la propriété littéraire et artistique (HH) Urheberrecht 30 August – 3 September 2021 Wustrau, Germany 17 July 2021 Cancelled
  1. Please see in the table below the deadlines in September for submitting lists of applicants for various EJTN activities through the OSP platform :
SEPTEMBER
1 September 2021 LI/2021/09 Legal language training in cooperation in environmental law
1 September 2021 LI/2021/10 Legal language training in cooperation in civil matters
1 September 2021 CR/2021/12 The European Investigation Order in Practice
3 September 2021 CR/2021/13 Cybercrime and E-Evidence (advanced)
3 September 2021 AD/2021/12 Webinar on Migration Law
3 September 2021 CP/2021/18 Rule of Law from the Perspective of CJEU
3 September 2021 CP/2021/17 Training on Human Rights
6 September 2021 CP/2021/28 Current challenges to fundamental principles of European criminal law — ne bis in idem, proportionality, necessity and publicity. National and European case
6 September 2021 CP/2021/29 European criminal cooperation and recent case law
6 September 2021 CP/2021/30 Corruption: detection, prevention, repression
6 September 2021 CP/2021/31 Legal English. Criminal matters
6 September 2021 CP/2021/32 Artificial intelligence and jurisdiction in practice: office organization and decision-making function
6 September 2021 CP/2021/37 Professional Practice
7 September 2021 AD/2021/08 EU Asylum Law
11 September 2021 CI/2021/09 Cross-border Labour Law
13 September 2021 CR/2021/11 Cybercrime: New Challenges in Collecting Evidence on Cyberspace in the EU (basic)
14 September 2021 AD/2021/09 EU Competition Law
14 September 2021 CP/2021/27 Seminar on Personal development
18 September 2021 HFR/2021/09 Cultural Diversity in the Courtroom: Judges facing new challenges
20 September 2021 CR/2021/16 Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters: Practical Case-Based Simulation in the Fight Against Drug Trafficking
22 September 2021 CR/2021/25 CEPOL-EJTN Training on Joint Investigations Teams: Leadership
24 September 2021 CR/2021/19 EJTN-CEPOL-Training on Investigations related to Facilitation of Illegal Immigration cases (CR/2021/19 -01/21/CEPOL)
30 September 2021 LI/2021/11 Legal language training in cooperation in cross-border organised crime
30 September 2021 TM/2021/08 Seminar on “Communication on vulnerability” TM/2021/08 – EJTN Website
20 September 2021 CR/2021/14 Economic crimes: Asset Recovery and Confiscation in the EU
24 September 2021 CR/2021/19 EJTN-CEPOL-Training on Investigations related to Facilitation of Illegal Immigration cases (CR/2021/19 -01/21/CEPOL)
30 September 2021 TM/2021/11 Seminar on “Evaluation of innovative training methodology – past, present and future” TM/2021/11 – EJTN Website
  1. Reminder September webinars implemented by the Administrative law sub working group:

The EJTN Administrative Law Portfolio foresees the implementation of two distinct webinars in September 2021 on two relevant topics for Administrative Judges:

Migration Law and Civil Liability of Public Authorities under European Law.

EJTN NCPs are called to disseminate the following information:

a)The webinar on Migration Law (AD/2021/12) is scheduled on the 14th of September at 10.00 am Brussels time for 2h and 30 minutes as follows:

  • 15 minutes introduction
  • 45 minutes presentation
  • 30 minutes for questions and answers
  • 1 hour case study analysis

The goal of this webinar on Migration Law is to provide participants with knowledge and insight on the  Long-Term Residence Directive (2003/109).

Due to the analysis of a case study foreseen in the programme of this event, the selection of candidates is made by EJTN members and candidates are uploaded by the NCPs on the EJTN Online System for Participants (OSP) by  the 3rd of September.

The expert involved in the project is Mr Diego Acosta , Professor at the University of Bristol – UK, who collaborated with the Secretariat to structure the format of the event.

b)The webinar on Civil Liability of Public Authorities under European Law (AD/2021/13) is scheduled on the 21st of September at 10.00 am Brussels time for 1h and 30 minutes as follows:

  • 15 minutes introduction
  • 45 minutes presentation
  • 30 minutes for questions and answers

This webinar will focus on the European regime of civil liability of Public Authorities. The Court of Justice of the European Union has indeed developed a general principle of state liability for damages due to non-compliance with EU law.

This webinar follows the structure of “free registration events”. By the 16th of September, interested participants can register directly on the EJTN Online System of Participants (OSP) via the link here.

Registered participants will receive the link to access the respective webinar room via e-mail by the 20th of September 2021.

The expert involved in this project is Mr Rui Tavares Lanceiro, Assistant Professor at the University of Lisbon, Portugal.

4.Reminder lunchtime webinars to be held in September:

  1. a)Portfolio: Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms

    Topic : ‘Social Media for Judges’

    Date/time : 9 September 2021, 13h-14h Brussels time

    Speaker : Marin Mrčela, Vice President of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Croatia

    Moderator : Morana Briski (HR)

    Content outline : This webinar will focus on various implications of use of social media by judges from ethical and practical perspective.

.   Target group : Judges

    Learning objectives : Upon the successful completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

Perceive the impact of their activity on social media as judges

  • Identify risks of the use of social media to judge’s appearance of impartiality
  • Understand the need to strike a balance between the judges’ freedom of opinion and expression on social media and the requirement of neutrality.

    MS Teams link : Click here to join the meeting

    EJTN Contact : Arno Vinkovic arno.vinkovic@ejtn.eu

  1. b)Portfolio: Linguistics

    Topic : ‘Metaphorical expressions in the language of judicial cooperation’

    Date/time : 23 September 2021, 13h-14h Brussels time

    Speaker : Miguel Ángel Campos Pardillos, Lecturer in Legal English and Translation, Department of English, University of Alicante, Trainer in legal English for EJTN

    Moderator : Dariusz Szawurski-Radetz (PL)

    Content outline : In the vocabulary of judicial cooperation, there are frequent metaphors that conceptualize abstract notions with desirable images based on living beings and on tangible objects (especially instruments, buildings, areas and structures), or portraying cooperation as a journey where progress is either the only acceptable option or a weapon in a fight against cross- border crime.

                                  Our presentation will offer an overview of these metaphors and the effects they produce among addressees, creating a favourable image of cooperation.

.   Target group : Anyone interested in the topic

    Learning objectives : Upon the successful completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Develop awareness of metaphorical expressions in judicial cooperation, enhance proficiency in English for judicial cooperation, increase ability for successful communication and persuasion in English as an international language

    MS Teams link : Click here to join the meeting

    EJTN Contact : Ondrej Strnad ondrej.strnad@ejtn.eu