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Quality of judicial decisions
 

During its 1015th meeting, the Committee of Ministers decided to instruct the CCJE to prepare an Opinion in 2008 on the quality of judicial decisions. By way of preparatory work, the CCJE adopted a questionnaire on this subject and instructed its members to reply to it by 30 January 2008. The CCJE appointed a working group which will analyse the replies to this questionnaire and prepare the draft opinion.
 

Replies to the questionnaire (last update: 27/10/2014)


Austria
Albania
Belgium
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Georgia
Germany
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Latvia
Liechtenstein
Lithuania

Luxembourg
Malta
Moldova
Monaco
Netherlands
Norway

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

"the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia"

Turkey

Ukraine

United Kingdom


Fédération européenne des juges administratifs

 

Useful documents


Judiciary is quality (Source: Committee for the Evaluation of the Modernisation of the Dutch Judiciary, December 2006)
La qualité des décisions de justice (French only - Proceedings of the Poitiers Colloquy - 8-9 March 2007)
 Final Report - ENCJ Working Group on Quality Management - Budapest, May 2008 and Appendix
Article published in "d'Lëtzebuerger Land" (23/01/09): De la qualité des décisions de justice, Check up - Interview with Jean-Claude Wiwinius, member of the CCJE (French only)

Subjects

The independence of the judiciary and its relationships with the other powers in a modern democratic state


Evaluation of judges’ work, the quality of justice and respect for judicial independence


The relationship between judges and lawyers


The specialisation of judges


Justice and information technologies

Magna Charta of European Judges


Principles of public prosecution as regards juvenile justice


Relations between judges and prosecutors


Quality of judicial decisions


The councils for the judiciary


International context and terrorism


Justice and society


Fair trial


Training for judges


Ethics of judges


Independence of judges and funding of courts

 

Documents

Questionnaire
Replies submitted by the States
Opinion n°11