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Evaluation scheme

10th CEPEJ anniversary

6 December 2012


10 years of concrete tools aimed at policy makers and justice professionals (9.30 am to 12.30 noon)



The CEPEJ evaluation cycles of European judicial systems: a tool of public policy for orienting reforms of the judicial system

by Jean-Paul JEAN, Avocat Général, Court of Cassation and associated Professor at the University of Poitiers, France,
Chairman of the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL

[in French]

Interview: "Why are the evaluation cycles of European judicial systems qualified as tools for public policy to orient reforms of the judicial system ?”

 
 

 
 


The CEPEJ court coaching programme on SATURN tools for improving judicial time management: establishing a comprehensive court project

by Bettina COEN
Judge at the Court of Fribourg, Germany

 
 

 


How can a court clerk use the CEPEJ tools on judicial time management ?

by Jean-Jacques KUSTER
European Union of Rechtspfleger and court clerks (EUR)

[in French]

 
 

 

The CEPEJ Handbook for conducting satisfaction surveys aimed at court users: a tool for improving the perception of the users’ trust in their judicial system

by Carmen DANTIS
Prosecutor at the Court of Vrancea, Romania

 
 

 

The CEPEJ Guidelines for a better implementation of the existing Council of Europe's Recommendation on enforcement: a key working tool for bailiffs

by Mathieu CHARDON, Bailiff, Versailles, France,
First Secretary of the International Union of Judicial Officers (UIHJ)