It is our mission to support the European Union and its Member States and the countries associated with EIPA by providing relevant and high quality services to develop the capacities of public officials in dealing with EU affairs. We offer our services to officials at the EU institutions and in related bodies, and to civil servants within the national and regional administrations of the Member States, applicant countries and other countries in the framework of their relationship with the EU.
As we continue on the way towards a successful future, constantly improving the quality of our services remains at the heart of our work. The European Commission supports EIPA through the European Union budget.
Created in 1992, EIPA’s European Centre for Judges and Lawyers in Luxembourg has become one of Europe’s leading providers of training and other capacity building services in the fields of European Union law and the quality of justice for the judiciary as well as lawyers, public servants and other legal experts working in the European arena.
The centre's resident team of legal experts ensures an in-depth knowledge of EU law and its implementation in national law, cross border judicial and law enforcement cooperation as well as the introduction of total quality management into the justice sector. This team is reinforced by an extensive network of external experts, consisting of legal practitioners (members and legal secretaries of the Court of Justice, the Court of First Instance and national courts, private practicing lawyers, etc.) national public servants, Community officials and academics.
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