Specialist committees and working groups made up of experts appointed by the national delegations discuss and develop policy papers on a wide range of areas affecting the European legal profession.
The Training committee monitors and analyses the policy issues, challenges, developments on national and EU level in the field of European judicial training of lawyers (initial training to access to profession and continuing legal training) and professional qualification, including specialisation issues.
CCBE comments on the European Judicial Training Strategy (26/03/2021)
The contribution of the CCBE for the next EU policy on judicial training (27/04/2020)
CCBE Response to the public consultation on the training of justice professionals on EU law (24/04/2018)
Memorandum on Mutual Recognition of Lawyers Cross Border Continuing Professional Development (23/02/2017)
CCBE position on the Morgenbesser case law (11/09/2015)
CCBE response to European Commission Consultation of Stakeholders on European Judicial Training (21/01/2011)
CCBE comments on European legal training (22/10/2010)
CCBE response to European Parliament motion for a resolution on the European Commission Communication ‘An area of freedom, security and justice serving the citizen -...
CCBE Model Scheme for Continuing Professional Training (25/11/2006)
Chronology (I), Analysis (II) and guidance (III) to Bars and Law Societies regarding Case C-313/01 Christine Morgenbesser v Consiglio dell'Ordine degli avvocati di Gen...
CCBE recommendation on continuing training (28/11/2003)
REFOTRA project Assessment report on the situation regarding recognition of cross-border continuing legal education (March 2019)
Study on the state of play of lawyers training in EU law (09/02/2015)
Interim Report of the CCBE on harmonisation of the training of lawyers in Europe - Frieders Programme (20/02/1998)
CCBE conference on ‘Improving Legal Education and Training in a Converging Europe’, Warsaw, Poland (25-27/09/2007)
Case C - 345/08 Krzystof Peśla v. Justizministerium Mecklenburg -Vorpommern (10/12/2009)
Case C-250/03 Giorgio Emanuele Mauri v Ministero della Giustizia and Commissione per gli esami di avvocato presso la Corte d'appello di Milano (17/02/2005)
Case 313/01 Christine Morgenbesser v. Consiglio dell’Ordine degli avvocati di Genvoa (13/11/2003)
European Judicial Training on the e-Justice portal
Initial Training - Lawyers' training systems in the Member States
European Judicial Training Policy
European Judicial Training - European Commission - DG Justice