Report for “Measuring Their Impact on the Administration of Justice”, Training and Survey

On the 27th of January 2023, the first edition of the “The Rule of Law and European Values in the Modern Ages: Measuring Their Impact on the Administration of
Justice” training session and survey took place. This was organised collaboratively by the School of Law, University of Central Lancashire in Cyprus (UCLan Cyprus) and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for the Rule of Law and European Values (CRoLEV), and delivered by Dr. Pim Albers, a Visiting Senior Fellow on the Rule of Law and Justice, with facilitation by Prof. Stéphanie Laulhé Shaelou, Professor of European Law, Head, School of Law and CRoLEV Director.

The session took place in hybrid format, which allowed interested parties to attend both in person, at UCLan Cyprus, or via Microsoft Teams. For the purposes of further enabling accessibility, the training was open to the public, and free of charge. The training and survey are part of a three-year-long workshop series
under CRoLEV, with future sessions to take place in the first quarters of 2024 and 2025 respectively.

For the full report of the event, click the below.

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