The 2nd Edition of the Summer School eUjust will take place from the 5th until the 9th of July 2021, under the topic ‘EU Procedure and credits’ claims: approaching electronic solutions under e-Justice paradigm’. This Summer School is promoted within the scope of the Jean Monnet Module eUJust, coordinated by Professor Joana Covelo de Abreu.
The course will be live streamed over the internet via Zoom/Colibri.
The Summer School aims at empowering and consolidate the sensitivities inherent to European e-justice and technological developments in the field of good administration of justice. Therefore, issues will be approached from a broad notion of European Union Litigation, which encompasses not only the jurisdictional mechanisms that run towards the CJEU, but also those that run towards national courts, specifically those relating to cross-border debt collection. For this purpose, the following concrete topics will be taken into account: the role of the Digital Single Market and judicial interoperability; the dynamics associated with the Space of Freedom, Security and Justice and the management of information technology systems by eu-LISA; digital platforms serving justice (towards the CJEU and towards national courts); and the questioning of future challenges, posed by information and communication technologies, in the context of European electronic justice.
In order to promote the monitoring of the topics covered, a pedagogical ebook will be made available in support of this 2nd edition of the Summer School, to be launched at the opening ceremony of the event.
Students, researchers and judicial and administrative operators
PROGRAMME (per days)
REGISTRATION (until June 30th, 2021)
Free registration through the following link: www.bit.ly/eUjust-SS-2021-i
A certificate of attendance will be issued to all participants who register and attended at least up to 75% of the total sessions of the Summer School
Joana Covelo de Abreu | Larissa Coelho