The Centre for Judicial Cooperation is one of the research centres of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, headed by Professor Deirdre Curtin since January 2016. It was first set up in December 2011 as a project of the EUI Law Department, with the main purpose of establishing a space of collaboration and exchange of knowledge between legal practitioners and the academic community on topics related to judicial dialogue.
Through its activities and expertise, the CJC aims to provide an umbrella framework for judicial cooperation and interaction initiatives undertaken at the RSCAS. For this reason, the CJC engages both professional groups (practitioners and academics) to participate in various activities ranging from workshops and conferences to pure research and policy endeavours. In order to disseminate the results of its work, the Centre publishes open access papers, ranging from Handbooks, reports, and ‘Distinguished Lectures’ papers addressing the judicial and academic communities.
Photo: e-NACT kick-off meeting