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How to Litigate before the European Court of Human Rights

  • Practical guide to procedure

Strasbourg, 12 June 2012 – 13 June 2012
Languages:
(simultaneous interpretation)
Event number:
412R24

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Objective

This seminar aims to prepare the parties of a potential case before the Strasbourg Court on the practical aspects of its procedure.


Key topics

  • Admissibility criteria
  • What national remedies must be sought before submitting an application to the ECtHR
  • Practical advice on representing an applicant
  • Different steps of the procedure
  • Communication with the Registry
  • Role of the government agent
  • Changes brought by the 14th additional protocol

Who should attend?

Lawyers in private practice, government officials and other legal practitioners.


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IMPORTANT NOTE


Important note
The seminar includes a visit to a hearing of the Court.

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