The Fifth seminar from the training programme in International Judicial Cooperation “Influence of International Courts’ Decisions on National Judiciary /EU Bodies Involved in International Judicial Cooperation” held in Podgorica by EURoL2

The Fifth seminar from the training programme in International Judicial Cooperation “Influence of International Courts’ Decisions on National Judiciary /EU Bodies Involved in International Judicial Cooperation” held in Podgorica by EURoL2

PODGORICA – 31st January -1st February 2019 – EURoL 2 in cooperation with the Centre for Training in Judiciary and State Prosecution and the Ministry of Justice, organised the seminar on the topic of Influence of International Courts’ Decisions on National Judiciary / EU Bodies Involved in International Judicial Cooperation. The seminar was attended by 50 participants, judges in civil and criminal matters and public prosecutors, and it covered the topic related to European Bodies involved in International Judicial Cooperation in criminal and civil matters and the influence of the International Courts, especially the EU Court of Justice, on the decisions and work in general of the National judiciary .

Ms Senka Danilovic, Head of the Centre for Training in Judiciary and State Prosecution and Eurol 2 DTL Maria Grazia Benedetti welcomed all the participants, underlining the importance of the trainings related to the International Judicial Cooperation and in particular the need for a full knowledge of the participation of Montenegrin institutions in European bodies and international and in which way they can support the daily judicial work.

The seminar on Influence of International Courts’ Decisions on National Judiciary is the first out of 6 planned seminars for 2019 ( previously in 2018 we had four trainings) from the Training Programme in the area of International Judicial Cooperation which will contribute to the improvement of knowledge of judges, prosecutors and police officers in the implementation of International and EU instruments in the area of judicial cooperation. Speakers at the training were Mr. Venegoni, Italian judge and former member of various EU bodies for judicial cooperation, Ms. Pavlicic State Agent of Montenegro before the ECHR and Ms. Djaletic, Montenegro liaison prosecutor in EUROJUST. Practices of international assistance and case studies have been presented and discussed with participants.

More info about this seminar can also be found on JCT website: http://cosdt.me/seminar-na-temu-uticaj-presuda-medjunarodnih-sudova-na-nacionalno-pravosudje-organi-evropske-unije-ukljuceni-u-medunarodnu-pravosudnu-saradnju/

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