Nominations Due: 31.3 2019. The aim of the prize is to identify and promote innovative practices regarding the conduct of proceedings, court organisation and the functioning of court systems in general. Nominated practices must have been implemented recently, and they should be easily usable by other States or jurisdictions. Their efficiency must be measurable.
Competition is open to courts, Bar Associations, non-governmental organisations; and any other bodies dealing with judicial affairs in a member State of the Council of Europe, or an observer State to the CEPEJ.
The Prize awarding ceremony will take place in Oslo (Norway) on 25 October 2019 in the framework of the European Day of Justice.