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European Judicial Training Network

Европска мрежа за обуку у правосуђу

The European Judicial Training Network (EJTN) is the main platform and promoter for training and knowledge exchange on the European judiciary. EJTN represents the interests of more than 120,000 European judges, prosecutors and court trainers across Europe.


The network was formed in 2000. EJTN's areas of engagement include:

  • Right E U,
  • Civil,
  • Criminal and commercial law,
  • As well as training in the domain of linguistic and social skills. 

The vision of EJTN is to help and encourage common legal and judicial European cultures.

EJTN develops standards and training programs, coordinates exchanges and training programs in the judiciary, expands expertise and promotes cooperation between EU judicial institutions that deal with the training of judges and prosecutors.


EJTN is the organizer andTHEMIS competitions, where the teams of Pravodus Academies E U compete in knowledge of European Union law and the European Convention on Human Rights. The Judicial Academy of the Republic of Serbia has the status of an associate member, and so far it has achieved notable results in these competitions, and in 2022, it was also the host of this prestigious competition for young lawyers.



  • 2018 - Iva Marković, Dejan Milovanović and Bojan Petković;

mentor: judge Zorana Delibašić
topic: "International legal cooperation in civil matters - European family law"
won 3rd place in the semi-finals

  • 2020 - Brankica Todorović, Katarina Simin and Milica Mihić

mentor: judge Biljana Sinanović
topic: "Access to justice"
won 2nd place in the Grand Final

  • 2021 - Gala Bogosavljević, Jelena Mihajlović and Luka Anđelković

mentor: judge Gordana Pavlović
topic: "Does the application of an unjust law threaten the integrity of judges"
won 1st place in the semi-finals and 1st place in the Grand Final

  • 2021 - Mina Vulić, Aleksandra Lozić and Milica Jovanović

mentor: judge Zorana Delibašić
topic: "In the clutches of poverty - deprivation of parental rights due to poverty"
won 1st place in the semi-finals

  • 2022 - Stefan Anđelić, Milena Mirčetić and Olga Jovanović

mentor: judge Zorana Delibašić
topic: "Surrogate motherhood - legal and ethical dilemmas"
commended by the jury in the B group of the semi-finals


О нама


Independent, impartial, professional, efficient and accountable judiciary.


Create the prerequisites for the development of professionalism in holders of judiciary office by establishing clear, measurable and objective criteria for the election and career advancement and their training and professional development, in line with core values and principles the judiciary system is founded on.


Develop and conduct training programmes for holders of judiciary offices and other staff in the judiciary system, aimed at acquiring new knowledge and its promotion, development of special abilities and skills, to contribute to strengthening of professional and accountable judiciary system.


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