The Lisbon Network: experts' reports
"Training of judges and prosecutors in media and the judiciary"
Communications and the judiciary in England and Wales: Lord Kilmuir to Lord Woolf ….. and beyond.
Relations between the Judiciary and the Press during
the "11-M" trial, concerning the 2004 Madrid bombings
La Formation des Magistrats en matière de Média et Justice – Relations et Coopération à la lumière de
"l’Affaire DUTROUX" (French only)
Media coverage of court activity in the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights
How to train judges in Council of Europe instruments and in their implementation ?
The judge as the first
guarantor of International Law in the domestic legal order – Corpus of
the Council of Europe Law that the judge must know and implement
The specific methodologies to
increasingly take into consideration the Corpus of the Council of Europe
Law in judicial training institutions and to integrate it in the initial
and in-service training programmes
European co-operation in
the field of data protection
Training the magistrate for his/her interaction with the parties
How to train the
judge and the prosecutor to behave appropriately with the defendant?
and the judicial process"
How to train
the civil judge to behave appropriately between two parties, including
to facilitate mediation?
The Quality of the training of Magistrates and common European standards for judicial training
of judicial training in the light of the recent European developments
(at national and international level) in the field of training of
of the criteria for the admission of magistrates to continuous training
Assessment of the quality of
The position of the Schools of Magistrates in the judiciary and their role in the training of magistrates
report - The Lisbon Network and the Future of the
Professional Training of Magistrates in a Wider Europe
et formation des magistrats en Europe : une étude comparative (Russian
version - English version not available)