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ERA: Summer Course on European Criminal Justice


24 Jun 2019 to 28 Jun 2019



Event Description

Including the Latest Developments on EPPO, e-Evidence, Brexit, Detention and De-radicalisation

Trier, 24-28 June 2019


20% discount until 24 April 2019


As a thank-you for registrations we receive on your recommendation we will send you a voucher worth € 50 for participation in an ERA event or e-learning product of your choice.


This course will introduce legal practitioners to practical aspects of European criminal justice.

Key topics

  • The institutional framework of European criminal justice
  • Brexit and cross-border cooperation in criminal matters: state of play
  • Cooperation with Eurojust, EJN, Europol, and the newly created EPPO
  • Obtaining (e-)evidence with the proposed European Production and Preservation Orders and the EIO
  • The rights to interpretation and translation, information, access to a lawyer, legal aid, and children in criminal proceedings
  • EU legislation on terrorism, cybercrime, migrant smuggling and THB
  • Asset recovery and anti-money laundering measures in the EU
  • Criminal records and the supervision of pre-trial detention, custodial sentences, and probation
  • EU action in the field of detention and de-radicalisation
  • The jurisdiction of the CJEU
  • Victims’ protection in the EU
  • Data protection in criminal procedures

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Language: English

Organiser: ERA (Cornelia Riehle)

Event number: 319B10






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Júlio Barbosa e Silva, Public Prosecutor, Portuguese Ministry of Justice, Pombal
Cormac Callanan, Aconite Internet Solutions, Dublin

Ed Cape, Solicitor, Professor of Criminal Law and Practice, University of the West of England, Bristol

Luca De Matteis, Policy Officer, OLAF, Brussels

David J. Dickson, Solicitor Advocate, National Expert on Human Rights, Mutual Recognition and Extradition, Crown Office, EJN Contact Point, Edinburgh

Daniel Drewer, Data Protection Officer, Europol, The Hague

Joana Ferreira, Prosecutor, Office of the General Prosecutor, EJN Contact Point, Lisbon

Nicholas Franssen, Counsellor, Ministry of Justice and Security, The Hague 

Karin Janssen, EU Seconded Prosecutor, Serious Organized Crime Unit, Prosecutor’s Office, Tirana

Antoon Schotsaert, Federal Magistrate, Terrorism Section, Federal Prosecution Service, Brussels

Taru Spronken, Advocate General, Supreme Court of the Netherlands, The Hague

Frank Verbruggen, Associate Professor of Criminal Law, Catholic University of Leuven

Gert Vermeulen, Professor of Criminal Law, Ghent University; Director, Institute for International Research on Policy (IRCP), Ghent

Olaf Weber, Judge, District Court, Saarbrücken