The European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice

CEPEJ Peer evaluation concerning the collecting of judicial statistics

With a view to improving the methodology used to collect statistical data on national judicial systems and to homogenize the way countries reply to the evaluation scheme, the CEPEJ has decided, at its 10th plenary meeting (Strasbourg, 5 - 6 December 2007), to implement a pilot co-operation process of peer evaluation.

The objective of the peer evaluation is to reinforce the credibility of the data collected in the framework of the evaluation exercise aimed at European judicial systems. It also also the opportunity for States in which the visits are conducted, to facilitate exchanges of experiences between the national judicial statistics systems, to share good practices and to identify common indicators.

Evaluation is carried out in 3 volunteer States in the timeframe of a period corresponding to an evaluation exercise.


Visit reports


 

2009-2010:  Malta, Russian Federation and Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Icelande, Norway, Sweden)

2008: France, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Poland


Reference documents


 

Objectives and methodology of the peer evaluation

CEPEJ Guidelines on Judicial Statistics (GOJUST)

Report of the 10th plenary CEPEJ meeting (Strasbourg, 5-6 December 2007)

 

 
 

2012-2014 cycle

5th Report - Edition 2014 (2012 data)

Evaluation scheme

Explanatory note

Key judicial indicators

Former cycles

- 2012 -

Evaluation report on European judicial systems (completed version)

Appendix: additional tables

Overview of the evaluation report of European judicial systems

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