The emergence of a model of cooperative justice in Europe : horizontal dimensions
EUI LAW, Centre for Judicial Cooperation DL, 2014/04
CADIET, Loïc, The emergence of a model of cooperative justice in Europe : horizontal dimensions, EUI LAW, Centre for Judicial Cooperation DL, 2014/04 - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/32632
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The lecture deals with the horizontal dimensions of the model of cooperative justice emerging in Europe. This cooperation is largely considered: a) in the European space, through the new forms of direct cooperation between the different national legal systems, especially the court-to-court cooperation, instead of the traditional pattern of coordination, mainly diplomatic and indirect; b) in domestic systems, with the development of a cooperative model of procedure, transcending the distinction of accusatorial and inquisitorial types, parties and judges having the duty to cooperate in order to reach a fair and rapid solution of the case.
Lecture given at the EUI, Florence, on 5 December 2013.
Cadmus permanent link: https://hdl.handle.net/1814/32632
Series/Number: EUI LAW; Centre for Judicial Cooperation DL; 2014/04
Keyword(s): Coherence Cooperative justice Course of proceedings Effects of judgement EU judicial system
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