PROJECT NUMBER: 1350301
European e-Justice and Practical Solutions (Beginners level)
23/May/2013-30/Dec/2099 • Luxembourg
This seminar addresses lawyers, judges, judicial officers and other legal practitioners who wish to discover the general framework and main tools of European e-Justice. It is also relevant for officials of ministries of justice who are involved in the computerisation of courts, judicial services and national ministries involved in the development of e-Government projects. Staff of legal documentation centres and NGOs can also benefit from the hands-on approach to existing European online resources.
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.
This one-day seminar 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.
Presentations, discussions, online exercises, all allowing for Q&A sessions and discussion of practical use of existing tools.
The objectives of the seminar are twofold:
• firstly, to detail the general framework, find out more about its perimeters and goals and how it is trying to make a coherent whole from diverse initiatives developed at national level through improved interoperability and common projects;
• secondly to present the main functionalities of the principal tools and build research reflexes through practical online exercises on the website of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European e-Justice Portal.
Special Discount of €390 will be offered to participants who register for both E-justice seminars (Beginners and Advanced level, 23-24 May 2013).
Thursday 23 May 2013
Welcome of participants and introduction to the seminar
Amélie Leclercq, Seconded National Expert, EIPA Luxembourg
The general framework of European e-Justice
e-Justice tools for legal information
Amélie Leclercq and participants
Using e-Justice tools for cross-border procedures
Amélie Leclercq, and participants
ECRIS – European Criminal Records Information System: practical cases
Virgil Ivan-Cucu, Senior Lecturer, EIPA Luxembourg
Notarial e-Justice tools: at the service of citizens and the justice system
Clarisse Martin, Secretary-General, Notaries of Europe (CNUE), Brussels (BE)
European Centre for Judges and Lawyers, EIPA Luxembourg
Building of the Chambre des Métiers, 4th Floor – Master Room (411)
2 Circuit de la Foire Internationale
The European Institute of Public Administration has negotiated prices with the following hotels. All rates are including breakfast and tourist tax.
-Hotel Novotel Kirchberg****, at the rate of €155. Tel.: +352 43 77-6851; fax: +352 43 9195; e-mail: H1930-RE2@accor.com; booking page (Client code: SC000002048 – Contract No 308506).
-Hotel Melia****, at the rate of €140. Tel.: +352 27 333-1; fax: + 352 27 333-999, e-mail: email@example.com ; www.melia-luxembourg.com.
-Hotel D’Coque***, Tel.: +352 43 6060-1; fax: +352 42 3315; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; booking page.
-Hotel Simoncini****, at the rate of €140. Tel.: +352 22 28 44; fax: +352 26 26 2900; e-mail: email@example.com; www.hotelsimoncini.lu (Reservation code: EIPA).
-Hotel Français***, at the rate of €120. Tel.: +352 47 4534; fax: +352 46 4274; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; www.hotelfrancais.lu (Reservation code: EIPA).
-Hotel Parc Plaza****, at the rate of €130, (Reservation Code EIPA).
-Hotel Parc Bellevue***, at the rate of €95, (Reservation Code EIPA). Tel.: +352 44 2323-2323; fax: +352 45 6141-220; e-mail: email@example.com; www.goeres-group.com
-Hotel Domus***, at the rate between €99 and €139. Tel.: +352 46 7878-1; fax: +352 46 7879; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; www.domus.lu (Reservation code: EIPA).
Railway Station Area
-Hotel Carlton****, at the rate of €110. Tel.: +352 29 9660; fax: +352 29 9664; e-mail: email@example.com; www.carlton.lu (Reservation code: EIPA).
-Hotel City****, at the rate of €115 (Monday to Thursday) and €96 (Friday to Sunday). Tel.: +352 29 1122; fax: +352 29 1133; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; www.cityhotel.lu (Reservation code: EIPA).
-NH Luxembourg***, at the rate of €125 (Monday to Thursday) and €101 (Friday to Sunday). Tel.: +352 34 8931-607; fax: +352 34 8931-9413; booking page.
-Hotel Légère Premium****, at the rate of €145. Tel.: +352 49 0006-507; fax: +352 49 0680; e-mail: email@example.com; www.legerehotels.com (incl. in the price: shuttle from Kirchberg to Hotel and from airport to Hotel, minibar with non alcohol drinks, internet and well fit)
Should you wish to make use of this possibility, please phone or fax the reservation department of the hotel on one of the above-mentioned numbers and indicate the relevant reservation code. Payment is to be made directly and personally to the hotel on checking out. Please note that any optional bookings not confirmed one month before the seminar dates will be automatically cancelled by the hotels.
Luxembourg City has two main bus stations, one in the city centre called ‘Centre Aldringen’ and one next to the railway station called ‘Air Terminus’. All buses, wherever they go, pass through these two stations. Bus no. 18, with departures every ten minutes, goes in direction ‘Kirchberg’, stopping just around the corner from the Chambre des Métiers building where EIPA’s premises are located. Bus no. 16 in direction Luxembourg aéroport/Findel stops at Kirchberg, John-F.-Kennedy within 5 minutes walking distance from the seminar location.
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The fee applicable to each activity is clearly indicated on the registration form. Unless otherwise stated, the fee includes participation in the activity, lunches and beverages during the activity, documentation and participation in the reception/cocktail.
Travel and accommodation costs are at the expense of the participant or his/her administration.
Pre-payment of the fee is a condition for participation in an activity. Prior to the activity each participant will receive an invoice which can be paid by bank transfer or by credit card.
EIPA’s Special Discount for civil servants
EIPA offers its members a reduction of 10% of the registration fee. For details, please click here.
•For this seminar, EIPA Luxembourg offers a €50 discount for all registrations received and paid before 10 April 2013.
•Special Discount of €390 will be offered to participants who register for both E-justice seminars (Beginners and Advanced level, 23-24 May 2013).
Confirmation of registration will be forwarded to participants on receipt of the completed registration form.
EIPA reserves the right to cancel the seminar up to two weeks before the seminar starting date. In that case, received registration fees will be fully reimbursed. EIPA accepts no responsibility for any costs incurred (travel, accommodation, etc.).
For administrative reasons, a fee of €150 will be charged for cancellations received after 9 May 2013. There is no charge for qualified substitute participants.For EIPA's cancellation policy, please visit our website.
The mention of a speaker's name in the programme does not commit EIPA. In the event that an announced speaker does not appear, EIPA will do its utmost to find a suitable replacement.