17 to 21 June 2024 Online

Summer Course on European Criminal Justice

Including the Latest Developments on Digitalisation and e-Evidence

Published 2 months, 2 weeks ago


This online summer course over five half-days will introduce legal practitioners to practical aspects of European criminal justice.

Key topics

  • The institutional framework of European criminal justice
  • The impact of digitalisation, AI, and new technologies in criminal proceedings
  • Obtaining (e-)evidence with the European Production and Preservation Orders, the EIO, and 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
  • Europol’s and Eurojust’s mandates and the work of the EPPO
  • EU legislation against corruption, cybercrime, environmental crime and new Euro-crimes
  • The rights to interpretation and translation, information, access to a lawyer, legal aid, and children in criminal proceedings
  • Transfer of criminal proceedings, conflicts of jurisdiction, 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

Interact instantly and directly with top-class speakers online, enabling one to ask questions and take part in the discussion with attendees from other countries and professions. There will be technical support available during the course.

Details on the program, fee and registration can be found on the conference website.