Strasbourg, 5-6 March 2013
Registrations reaching ERA before 5 February 2013 will be eligible for a 10% discount.
The seminar includes a visit to a hearing of the Court.
This seminar aims to prepare the parties of a potential case before the Strasbourg Court on the practical aspects of its procedure.
- What national remedies must be sought before submitting an application to the Court in Strasbourg
- What admissibility criteria have to be complied with
- What an individual application should contain
- What are the objectives of the written and the oral parts of the proceedings
Who should attend?
Lawyers in private practice, government officials and other legal practitioners.
Grand Chamber hearing
Participants will have the opportunity to attend a Grand Chamber hearing. Please note that the number of places at the hearing is limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. At this stage the Court cannot guarantee places in the Main Hearing Room; a live broadcast will be organised in the Court's Press Room.
Professional Training: Participation in this seminar can contribute to your continuing professional education
Karolina Rokicka, Academy of European Law
Adam Bodnar, Helsinki Foundation, University of Warsaw
Nico Mol, Lawyer at the Registry of the European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg
Karine Manach, Agent, Department of Legal Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris
Adam Weiss, Legal Director, the AIRE Centre – Advice on Individual Rights in Europe, London
For more information, please visit our website at www.era.int