Annual СECJ and Council of Europe seminar “Successful application to the European Court of Human Rights: from theory to practice”
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The European Center for Legal Cooperation (CECJ), in cooperation with the Council of Europe, will hold a 5-day seminar “Successful application to the European Court of Human Rights: from theory to practice” for advocates from the country being the “leader” in the number of complaints filed to the ECHR. The event will be held in Strasbourg (France) on April 9-13, 2018.
The seminar speakers will be the judges and lawyers of the ECHR, as well as the invited experts. All seminars are held in Ukrainian language. Since 2011 this program was attended by more than 2 000 advocates.
The video presentation about the program for Ukrainian advocates is available here.
The program fully meets the requirements of the professional Ukrainian advocate:
Organization of the ECHR’s work. Ukrainian cases in the ECHR
Application of the ECHR’s legal positions when proving in Ukrainian criminal and civil proceedings
Application of interim measures by the ECHR (Rule 39) in cases involving deportation or extradition
Participation in the ECHR’s public hearings: simultaneous interpreting into working language
Practical exercises in groups to review hypothetical situations
Role-playing trial. Homework. Group work
For the attention of advocates! The participation in the seminar is fee-based!
The registration fee for participation in a 5-day training seminar on “Successful application to the European Court of Human Rights: from theory to practice” is 760 Euros (covering participation in the seminar of the Council of Europe, simultaneous interpreting and working materials; excluding accommodation and meals).
There is a special cost rate for the program participants on flight Kyiv-Strasbourg-Kyiv from 150 Euros, and accommodation in a recommended 4* hotel at a rate of 80 Euros per night (single room).
For all questions related to the program, please contact:
1. E-mail: email@example.com
2. Tel.: +33788007559 (Viber, WhatsApp)
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