Dankzij onze contacten met het European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) kan SSR een uitgebreid, gevarieerd en kwalitatief hoogstaand curriculum aanbieden in andere EU-landen. Dit geldt voor ervaren magistraten, magistraten in opleiding, juridisch medewerkers en SSR-docenten. U kunt deelnemen aan een uitwisselingsprogramma van één of twee weken of een kortere study visit brengen. Via de Catalogus en Catalogus+ cursussen en seminars volgen van andere opleidingsinstituten die in verschillende EU-landen worden aangeboden.
Sinds kort biedt het EJTN ook lunch webinars van 1 uur. Deelname is gratis en aanmelden is niet nodig. U klikt op de betreffende link en kunt deelnemen.
Portfolio: Civil Law
Topic : ‘Digitalization in the field of judicial cooperation in civil matters’
Date/time : 8 April 2021, 13h-14h CET ( Brussels time)
Speaker : Apostolos Anthimos, Attorney at law, Thessaloniki Bar
Target group : Judges, Prosecutors and other members of the EU judiciary
The webinar will touch upon the recent initiatives of the European Commission in the field of digitalization, focusing on the expected repercussions in the field of judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters. Special attention will be given to the Communication 2020 (710): Digitalisation of justice in the European Union A toolbox of opportunities.
– Upon the successful completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
– Develop a systematic approach to the efforts of the EU to digitalize the field of judicial cooperation in civil matters.
– Understand the significance of digitalization for a better access to Justice.
– Identify the risks and assumptions of the initiative.
– Become aware of the envisaged changes in the field of judicial cooperation in civil matters.
Portfolio : Criminal Justice
Topic : ‘The Use of Restorative Justice in the Criminal Justice System’
Date/time : 22 April 2021, 13h-14h CET ( Brussels time)
Speaker : Patricia McNamara, Judge at Tallaght District Court,Dublin
Target group : Criminal Judges and Prosecutors
The practical application of the Council of Europe Recommendation CM/Rec (2018) concerning Restorative Justice in criminal matters – from a Judge’s perspective. Upon the successful completion of this webinar, participants will get acquainted with the benefits of using Restorative Justice in Criminal matters for victims, communities and offenders;
aiming to achieve satisfaction within the justice process for all stakeholders.
Portfolio: Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms
Topic : ‘Fundamental rights and the environmental crisis’
Date/time : 6 May 2021, 13h-14h CET ( Brussels time)
Speaker : Heloísa Oliveira, PhD, University of Lisbon, School of Law ; Researcher at the Lisbon Centre for Research in Public Law
Target group : Judges and Prosecutors acting in the European judiciary system
A crossroads: fundamental rights and the environment / Duties of the States concerning fundamental rights and environmental protection (international, EU and national law) / Duties of companies: environmental due diligence? / Environmental litigation: an overview.
Upon the successful completion of this webinar, participants will be able have an overview of the legal crossroads between fundamental rights and environmental protection. Judges will receive adequate tools for reasoning in highly complex environmental cases on the grounds of fundamental rights’ violation.
Portfolio : Linguistics
Topic : ‘Personal Elevator Pitch’
Date/time : 20 May 2021, 13h-14h CET ( Brussels time)
Speaker : Denisa Petriláková, Linguist and methodology consultant with Judicial Academy of the Slovak Republic; legal English lecturer at Czech Constitutional Court
Target group : Judges and Prosecutors
Elevator pitch or quick tips and practice on how to talk about your backgrounds, education, memorable cases and joys and pitfalls of your profession. Upon the successful completion of this webinar , participants will be able to learn and practice how to deliver a brief, and a clear message that explains their professional background and experience (it’s called an elevator speech because it should be short enough to be delivered during an elevator ride.) Participants will explore relevant vocabulary as well as practice some short and easy pitch presentation techniques – this is to help them build their professional network, connect with colleagues or counterparts from other member states as well as showcase their abilities and express their personal mission statement when it comes to their career in the judiciary and even beyond.
Portfolio : Judicial Training Methods
Topic : ‘Understanding and Improving Communication’
Date/time : 3 June 2021, 13h-14h CET ( Brussels time)
Speaker : Leslie Cuthbert, Legal Specialist Generalist, Tribunal Judge at Firt Tier Tribunal Social Entitlement Chamber in London
Target group : Everyone, since everyone communicates every day
Explanation of the communication cycle, how communication breaks down or miscommunication occurs and types of appropriate versus inappropriate questions. Upon the successful completion of this webinar , participants will be able to understand how we communicate, how communication can go wrong and how to ask appropriate as opposed to inappropriate questions to obtain the best evidence.
Portfolio : Administrative Law
Topic : ‘Covid-19 and its impact on Privacy Rights’
Date/time : 24 June 2021, 13h-14h CET ( Brussels time)
Speaker : Marko Jurić, Professor at Zagreb University
Target group : Administrative Judges, but not exclusively
Pandemic of COVID-19 is impacting the way in which personal data are being collected and processed. Due to the unpredictable development of the disease and the need to react to it very quickly, many data processing operations are conducted without paying too much attention to ensuring compliance with legal requirements. The purpose of this webinar is to analyse the scope of personal data protection laws in Europe and their possible restrictions and derogations, all in the context of evaluating compliance of national and international processing operations with human rights conditions and safeguards. Upon the successful completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Understand the scope of application of General Data Protection Regulation and relevant sectoral laws
- Understand derogations and restrictions of the right to personal data protection under the CFEU, ECHR and the General Data protection regulation
- Analyse the compliance of data processing operations with relevant human rights standards in terms of legal foreseeability, legitimacy and necessity