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National Judges and the EU Aarhus Acquis

  • Focus on Access to Justice

Prague, 4 March 2019 – 6 March 2019
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Event number:
419DV78

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Objective

This two-and-a-half day workshop will provide the participants with an overview of the three pillars of the Aarhus Convention. The focus will be on access to justice in light of the relevant European Commission Notice published in April 2017.

Emphasis will be given to legal standing, scope of the judicial review, effective remedies, costs for access to justice and time limits of procedures.

By addressing these issues regarding the relationship between Aarhus Convention and EU environmental law, this workshop aims at facilitating the handling of future national court proceedings relating to this topic.

Key topics

  • Article 9(1), (2), (3), (4) of the Aarhus Convention
  • European Commission Notice on Access to Justice in Environmental Matters
  • Legal standing
  • Scope of the judicial review
  • Effective remedies / interim measures
  • Litigation costs
  • Time limits of procedure
  • Relevant CJEU case law
  • Preliminary ruling procedures
  • Case studies on the topics

Who should attend?

Judges interested in environmental law.



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IMPORTANT NOTE


Important note
Participation is only open to judges from an EU Member State. The number of places available is limited. Participation will be subject to a selection procedure.

ORGANISER


Conference Organisers
ERA (Kleoniki Pouikli) on behalf of the European Commission (contracting authority) in cooperation with the Czech Judicial Academy and the Czech Supreme Administrative Court

Kleoniki Pouikli

Assistant:
Laura König


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