The European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice

  Country profile: GERMANY

 
CEPEJ Member

 

National Correspondent

Matthias HEGER

Chef du Service de Procédure civile internationale

Ministère fédéral de la justice

Mohrenstrasse 37
10117 BERLIN
+49 30 20 25 91 14
+49 30 20 25 91 59
heger-ma@bmj.bund.de

 
Jens BÜGEL
Bundesministerium der Justiz
Referat I A 4
BERLIN
GERMANY
buegel-je@bmj.bund.de
     
Member of the Lisbon Network

  Pilot Court
Mr Rainer HORNUNG
Director
German Judicial Academy

 

Dr. Torsten HUB
Richter am Oberlandesgericht
Oberlandesgericht Stuttgart
Olgastraße 2
70182 Stuttgart
0711-2123035
0711-2123024
torsten.hub@olgstuttgart.justiz.bwl.de

 

Peter SCHOLZ
Vice - président du Amtsgericht Tiergarten – Berlin

Andreas NEFF
Président du Landgericht de Freiburg en Brisgau

 
 Evaluation Exercise
     

 Events


 
 Translations of CEPEJ documents (if available):
     
Links to relevant Institutions

  Resources
 

Legal texts (Codes, laws, regulations etc.)

   

Case-law of the higher court/s

   
Other documents (e.g. forms)

   

     
Recent developments in the judicial field

A special mention of the Crystal Scales of Justice has been delivered to the Family affairs courts and Bar of Berlin (Germany) for the initiative "An accelerated familial procedure" (16 October 2014)

Draft official federal law: Judicial protection in case of excessive length of judicial procedures and in case of criminal enquiries processes : Extracts / Explanatory note / September 2010 (in French)

Special distinction awarded at the Crystal Scales of Justice in Brussels in June 2009 on the occasion of the Justice Forum for the project SAS-E-Justice by the General Public Prosecutor's Office of the Land Brandeburg

Debate under way on large-scale reform of the justice system. Incorporation of the commission’s rules on payment orders and minor disputes.

Organisational chart of the system of justice