Germany, Trier

European Criminal Justice

when 20 June 2016 - 24 June 2016
language English
duration 1 week
credits 20 ECTS
fee EUR 1090

- Settled with the Lisbon Treaty – the institutional framework of European criminal justice since 1 December 2014
- Consolidate, codify, complement – guidelines for European criminal law under the current Commission
- The competence and jurisdiction of the Court of Justice of the European Union
- Tools for mutual legal assistance
- Instruments for mutual recognition: the European Arrest Warrant, the European Investigation Order, freezing and confiscation of proceeds of crime, detention measures, etc.
- The role and tasks of Eurojust, the European Judicial Network, and the forthcoming European Public Prosecutor’s Office
- EU legislation regarding serious cross-border crime such as trafficking in human beings, terrorism, and cybercrime
- Police cooperation and the work of Europol
- Procedural safeguards and defence rights: the Directives on the rights to interpretation and translation, the right to information, and access to a lawyer; and the question on legal aid.
- Victims’ rights: the Directive establishing minimum standards and the European Protection Order

Course leader

Cornelia Riehle

Target group

Judges, public prosecutors, defence lawyers, police officers and civil servants seeking an introduction to European criminal justice.

Course aim

The purpose of this course is to provide a thorough introduction to practical aspects of European criminal justice.

Credits info

Professional Training (CPD) 32hours

Fee info

EUR 1090: Discounts available



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