Recognition of the European Chamber of Judicial Officers by the European authorities

 

  • European Commission

The close cooperation between CEHJ and European Commission, mentioned by Salla Saastamoinen during the launch conference held last 25th of September, continues and from now on the CEHJ appears on the portal www.e-justice.euas representative structure of the profession at European level, together with its counterparts: Council of Bars and Law Societies in Europe (CCBE) and the Council of the Notaries of the European Union (CNUE).

 

Please see this e-justice page by clicking here.

 

  • Council of the European Union

The press release related to the meeting of the Council of Justice and Home affairs held last 6th and 7th of December 2012 is now available, on its final version, on the website of the Council of the European Union

 

Please refer to the press release by clicking here.

 

The press release mentions that « the Council took note of the report of the Working Party on e-Law (e-Justice) on the work achieved during this half-year in the area of European e-Justice”and thus refers to the hearing of the president and both vice-presidents of the European Chamber of Judicial Officers, dated 3rd of October 2012, before the e-justice working group.

 

For further information, please click here.

 

In what concerns the COREPER notes the Council takes in consideration (Please see :note dated 23rd of November 2012, p.7, and note dated 28th November 2012), they remind expressly that CEHJ is currently in charge of continuing and developing the EJE project and state that « the next objective is to deepen cooperation with the EU institutions with a view to integrating the factsheets, as well as the Directory once it was fully functional with more Member States participating into the e-Justice Portal. Other Member States were encouraged to take part in these projects. »

 

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