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How to Litigate before the ECJ

  • Procedure before the General Court and the Court of Justice for Lawyers in Private Practice

, 16 May 2011 – 17 May 2011
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411D63

25% discount for lawyers in private practice


Objective

This seminar will provide legal practitioners with procedural knowledge of proceedings before the General Court and the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Key topics

  • Practical advice on bringing an action before the European courts, e.g. stages of procedure and procedural documents
  • How to draft written pleadings
  • How to prepare the oral hearing
  • Focus on direct actions before the General Court
  • Issues in the preliminary reference procedure with which a practitioner might be faced
  • Practical issues in relation to appeals to the Court of Justice
  • Special forms of procedure, such as expedited proceedings and interim relief

Who should attend?

Lawyers in private practice wishing to appear before the General Court or Court of Justice of the EU. Participants should already be familiar with the basics of EU law and the structure of the European judicial system.



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