The European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice

"European judicial systems - Efficiency and quality of justice"

2014-2016 evaluation cycle

 

 

2016 edition of the report "European judicial systems - Efficiency and quality of justice"  

 

Overview of the report

 

Replies by country to the Evaluation Scheme

 

Presentation note: main trends

 

  Press release







Interview of Stéphane Leyenberger - Executive Secretary of the CEPEJ

 

See the video

 

New: Press review (regularly updated)


Publication of the database "CEPEJ-STAT"

For the first time, the information processed and analysed during the assessment cycle is made available to policy makers (ministries, parliaments), justice professionals, researchers and the general public on a new dynamic database: CEPEJ-STAT. This tool has been developed by the CEPEJ in order to facilitate the selection of specific information concerning individual, several or all states. It simplifies the processes for cross-referencing data, the production of time series, and the generation of charts and maps.

 

Access to the CEPEJ-STAT dynamic database

 

Demonstration video of the tool CEPEJ-STAT: how to use it ?


Thematic report: the use of information technologies in courts
Thematic report: the use of information technologies in courts

 

 

 


 



 

 

 

   
   

2014-2016 cycle

6th Report - Edition 2016 (2014 data)

Report

Overview

Thematic report: the use of information technologies in courts

Evaluation scheme

Explanatory note

Evaluation scheme - IT questions

Explanatory note - IT questions

Key judicial indicators

Former cycles

- 2014 -

Report

Overview of the report

Appendices

Press release

Video of the press conference

Interview of Stéphane Leyenberger, Secretary of the CEPEJ

Powerpoint presentation

Key figures

Replies

Evaluation scheme

Explanatory note Complete files

 

CEPEJ Guidelines on Judicial Statistics (GOJUST)

 

PEER REVIEW ON JUDICIAL STATISTICS

 

GT-EVAL

Terms of reference
Composition of the Working Group
Meeting reports