Summer Course on European Criminal Justice
This online summer course over five half-days will introduce legal practitioners to practical aspects of European criminal justice.
- The institutional framework of European criminal justice
- Digitalisation and AI in criminal justice
- Obtaining (e-)evidence with the proposed European Production and Preservation Orders as well as the EIO, proposals for the admissibility of evidence and an e-CODEX system
- Mutual legal assistance and the EU’s relations with third countries
- Mutual recognition instruments – such as the EAW – under the jurisdiction of the CJEU
- The revision of Europol’s and Eurojust’s mandates and the work of the EPPO
- EU legislation against corruption, cybercrime, environmental crime and new Euro-crimes
- New initiatives for police cooperation in the EU
- The rights to interpretation and translation, information, access to a lawyer, legal aid, and children in criminal proceedings and new areas of procedural rights
- Criminal records and the supervision of pre-trial detention, custodial sentences and probation
Who should attend?
Judges, public prosecutors, defence lawyers, police officers and civil servants seeking an introduction to European criminal justice.
Interactive Online Summer Course
The summer course will be hosted on ERA’s own online training platform. Participants will be able to interact immediately and directly with top-quality speakers and other participants, break out into working groups and work collaboratively on case studies and quizzes. ERA will make the most of the technical tools available to deliver an intensive, interactive training experience. The platform is hosted on ERA's own server. The highest security settings will be applied to ensure that participants can participate safely in a high-quality online training environment.
Details on the program, fees and registration can be found on the course website.