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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
European Judicial Systems: Efficiency and Quality of Justice 2014 (Data 2012) isbn 9789287179739

European Judicial Systems: Efficiency and Quality of Justice 2012 (Data 2010)

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ISBN13: 9789287175595
New Edition ISBN: 9789287179739
Previous Edition ISBN: 9789287169877
Published: November 2012
Publisher: Council of Europe Publishing
Country of Publication: France
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



The new Edition of the report of the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ), which evaluates the functioning of the judicial systems in 46 Council of Europe’s member states, remains in line with the process carried out since 2002. Relying on a methodology which has already proven itself in order to collect and process a wide number of quantitative and qualitative judicial data, this unique study has been conceived above all as a tool for public policy aimed at improving the efficiency and the quality of justice. To have the knowledge in order to be able to understand, analyse and reform, such is the objective of the CEPEJ which has prepared this report, intended for policy makers, legal practitioners, researchers as well as for those who are interested in the functioning of justice in Europe.

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Subjects:
European Jurisdictions
Contents:
Chapter 1. The evaluation process of the CEPEJ
Chapter 2. Public Expenditures: courts, prosecution system and legal aid;
Chapter 3. Access to justice
Chapter 4. Users of the courts: rights and public confidence
Chapter 5. Courts
Chapter 6. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Chapter 7. Judges
Chapter 8. Non-judge staff
Chapter 9. Fair trial and court activity
Chapter 10. Prosecutors
Chapter 11. Status and career of judges and prosecutors
Chapter 12. Lawyers
Chapter 13. Execution of court decisions
Chapter 14. The notaries
Chapter 15. Judicial experts
Chapter 16. Court interpreters
Chapter 17. Judicial Reforms
Chapter 18. Towards more efficiency and quality in the European judicial systems
Appendix
Scheme for evaluating judicial systems
Explanatory note to the scheme for evaluating judicial systems.