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e-Justice in the European Union

What Does it Offer to Law Practitioners?

e-Justice has been under discussion at European level since 2007 and we are now able to discover and use the first practical tools developed as a result of the roadmap for European e-Justice. The one-day programme of Module 1 for beginners will detail the evolutionary European framework, roadmap and action plan, explore the progress and obstacles of a true European e-Justice, as well as allowing participants to use two of the main tools of European e-Justice and discuss their relevance to their professional practice. Some information on the work currently being done to develop e-Justice tools will be succinctly provided.From the mere access to information on laws via the internet, to the possibility of electronic communication with persons involved in court proceedings, there is a wide range of opportunities for using information technologies at national, European Union and international level. This not only facilitates communication between professionals, but also improves access to justice for citizens, businesses and legal practitioners. However, use of e-Justice tools at European level requires interoperability between national systems. Users are thus confronted with some specific obstacles: a confusing profusion of sources of information; a partial lack of legal harmonisation, national or even technical choices; and multilingual contexts.Module 2 for advanced level, builds on the programme of the seminar for beginners, to address the issues related to future developments of European e-Justice. The existing European roadmap covers the objectives for European projects in the field of e-Justice up until 2013. Some of the existing projects will only bear visible results after that period since development of European-wide IT projects necessitates a lot of preliminary groundwork. The seminar will describe the practical implications for judicial organisation of the ongoing projects and evaluate the business case for further projects in the period 2014-2020.

When

1 Jun 2015 @ 09:00 am

2 Jun 2015 @ 05:00 pm

Duration: 1 days, 8 hours


Where

EIPA Luxembourg

Parc des Exposition

Luxembourg


Organised by

EIPA Luxembourg

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