European Training Network in the judiciary

Европска мрежа за обуку у правосуђу - ЕЈТН

The European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) is the principal platform and promoter for the training and exchange of knowledge of the European judiciary. EJTN represents the interests of over 120,000 European judges, prosecutors and judicial trainers across Europe.

Formed in 2000, EJTN’s fields of interest include:

  • EU,
  • civil,
  • criminal and commercial law and
  • linguistics and societal issues training.

The vision of EJTN is to help to foster a common legal and judicial European culture.

EJTN develops training standards and curricula, coordinates judicial training exchanges and programmes, disseminates training expertise and promotes cooperation between EU judicial training institutions.

The EJTN invites judges and prosecutors of the Republic of Serbia to send the latest webinar, scheduled for 29.05.2019.

Wednesday, May 29, 2019 10:00 - 12:00 CET 

The “Unaccompanied minors – new challenges for the civil courts - the civil law perspective in the Member States” webinar will be held on May 29, from 10:00 to 12:00.

The webinar’s presenter will be Martina Erb-Klünemann, a German family court judge.


1. Welcome and Housekeeping rules by EJTN
2. Introduction by Sara Sipos, EJTN project manager,
3. Content. It will address the variety of legal and practical challenges for the civil courts, such as:

• Questions concerning the migrants' personal status (age, custodial situation, marital status, achievement of the legal age) and the cross-border portability

• The appointment of a guardian

• The interaction with migration law and human rights law.

4. Questions & Answers
5. Closure & Evaluation

The EJTN invites judges and prosecutors of the Republic of Serbia to send the latest webinar, scheduled for March 27, 2019.


Upholding the Rule of Law in practice

Wednesday, March 27, 2019 14:00 - 16:00 CET


The Webinar aims to present European and international standards of the Rule of Law, to address aspects of the rule of law as reflected in the CJEU and ECtHR case law and discuss and identify the essential components of the rule of law from the perspective of both judges and prosecutors.


Professor Paul Craig and Professor Laurent Pech will apply themselves to the subject in order to provide the participants with a basis for critical judicial analysis.

The webinar will consist of two parts. First, the theoretic/academic background of the Rule of Law and the hard and soft law instruments will be articulated. The second part will focus on the case law of the CJEU and the ECtHR on the rule of law. Both sessions will be followed by a Q&A session and an open discussion where judges and prosecutors will be invited to share their thoughts and national perspectives on the subject.


Judges and prosecutors from EU member states and six Western Balkan (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia)


The EJTN invites judges and prosecutors of the Republic of Serbia to send the latest webinar, scheduled for March 25, 2019.


THE EPPO: investigations and prosecutions to fight crimes against the financial interests of the EU

Monday, March 25, 2019 2:00:00 PM CET - 3:30:00 PM CET


This webinar is aimed at raising awareness and providing a better understanding of the creation and setting up of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO): a unique body called to play a key role in the EU Criminal Justice panorama in the years to come and created to investigate, prosecute and bring to judgement offences against the Union’s financial interests.


Important links

European Training Network in the judiciary


12/10/2018. - EJTN calls on judges and prosecutors of the Republic of Serbia to send a webinar, scheduled for December 13, 2018.

Matrimonial property regimes and property consequences of registered partnerships

Thursday, December 13, 2018 2:00:00 PM CET - 3:30:00 PM CET

On 29 January 2019 the two EU Regulations on matrimonial property and the property consequences of registered partnership will become applicable. Every family judge in Europe will be bound by these instruments whenever the marriage or registered partnership has a cross-border dimension.

Judges and prosecutors, preferably those involved or to be involved in judicial cooperation in family law matters.