National training structures are the main providers of European judicial training for the judiciary. Schools providing initial and continuous training exist in 17 Member States. In others, training is organised by the justice ministry, the council for the judiciary or court services.
Here is information regarding the structures in charge of judicial training in the EU Member States, which was provided by the structures themselves:
For more detailed information on initial training courses in the Member States please consult the "Menu for Justice" project website by clicking here (information on initial training can be accessed by selecting "access to country data set").
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