- EJTN 2022 Calendar of activities – updates;
- Deadlines in June for submitting lists of applicants for various EJTN activities;
- Reminder EJTN 1 hour lunchtime webinars to be held in June;
- European Commission , DG Competition: New open call for proposals for training of national judges in EU competition
- European Union Agency for Asylum (EUAA ) activities: reminder June deadlines
- TRIIAL project: output
1.Please see in below table some updates regarding EJTN 2022 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|
|SLI/2022/03||Summer school: Legal language training in cooperation in Criminal Matters||18-22 July 2022||Trier, Germany||10 May 2022||Call for Candidates for French language group:
New dealine of application: 14 June 2022
|HFR/2022/06||Cultural Diversity in the Courtroom: Judges facing new challenges||15-16 September||Barcelona, Spain||15 July 2022
The seminar is addressed to: Judges and prosecutors active in labour, family, asylum and criminal law with a keen interest and practical experience in questions of sociocultural and religious diversity.
In light of above clarification of the target group , we kindly invite you to consider it when proceeding to selection of candidates ; also please check OSP and update uploaded candidates’ ranking accordingly, in case .
2.Please see in the table below the deadlines in June for submitting lists of applicants for various EJTN activities through the OSP platform :
N.B. Please do not forget to make use of OSP’s functionality “court staff” in the dropdown menu when uploading candidates falling under this category
|14 June 2022||SLI/2022/03||Summer school: Legal language training in cooperation in Criminal Matters|
|27 June 2022||LI/2022/07||Legal language training in cooperation in family law|
3.Reminder 1 hour lunchtime webinars in June :
The visuals of the 2 webinars planned to take place in June 2022 are: Legal professions in the European Union- 9 June 2022 and Emotional Intelligence in Leadership- 23 June 2022
More information on the content, target group , learning outcomes and OSP link for registration to each of the webinars has been published on our web site https://www.ejtn.eu/Templates/Public/Pages/NewsItem.aspx?id=7732
A reminder on the upcoming lunchtime webinar is published on our social media channels days prior to the event.
4.Please see below message on behalf of the EC, DG Competition:
New Call for Proposals for Training National Judges in EU Competition Law (SMP-COMP-JUDG-2022)
The European Commission has published its call for proposals for training national judges in EU competition law .
The objective of this call for proposals is to co-finance projects aiming to train national judges in the context of enforcing European competition rules. This includes public and private enforcement of both the Antitrust rules and the State aid rules, thereby increasing the knowledge and know-how of national judges. The final aim is to ensure a coherent and consistent application of EU competition law by national courts. These objectives can best be achieved through projects which specifically focus on the role of national judges in the application of EU competition law, their particular needs and work environments and pre-existing training and knowledge.
Priorities of the call are the following:
Priority 1: Training on the application of Articles 101 and 102 TFEU and relevant secondary law.
Priority 2: Training activities focusing on national laws implementing Directive 2014/104 on antitrust damages actions
Priority 3: Training activities focusing on underlying economic principles of competition law.
Priority 4: Training activities focusing on the application of competition law in regulated industries (such as the energy, telecommunications or pharmaceutical sector)
Priority 5: Training activities focusing on how to apply the traditional competition law concepts in Articles 101 and 102 to digital markets.
Priority 6: Training on State Aid, in light of State Aid Modernisation and the enforcement role of national courts.
For further information, please visit this page:
calls for proposals grants (europa.eu)
The deadline for applications is 26 July 2022
5.Reminder June deadlines EUAA activities:
|EUAA||Detention of applicants for international protection in the context of the Common European Asylum System
4-5 October 2022
|Venue: Malta||Deadline for application :
17 June 2022
6.TRIIAL project output:
Please be informed that a TRIIAL related output is out:
In a recently published case note for #EuConst, Madalina Moraru together with Raluca Bercea analyze the Asociaţia ‘Forumul Judecătorilor din România case on rule of law and judicial independence, and its follow-up at the national level.
It is available in open access here: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/european-constitutional-law-review/article/first-episode-in-the-romanian-rule-of-law-saga-joined-cases-c8319-c12719-c19519-c29119-c35519-and-c39719-asociatia-forumul-judecatorilor-din-romania-and-their-followup-at-the-national-level/CE19FB514B2F7DED659132BF545D6305
|The First Episode in the Romanian Rule of Law Saga: Joined Cases C-83/19, C-127/19, C-195/19, C-291/19, C-355/19 and C-397/19, Asociaţia ‘Forumul Judecătorilor din România, and their follow-up at the national level | European Constitutional Law Review
The First Episode in the Romanian Rule of Law Saga: Joined Cases C-83/19, C-127/19, C-195/19, C-291/19, C-355/19 and C-397/19, Asociaţia ‘Forumul Judecătorilor din România, and their follow-up at the national level