International terminology training at the HUngarian Academy of Justice
The Academy of European Law (ERA) is organizing 8, 4-day long English terminology trainings covering different areas of civil law, as part of their project titled „Enhancing judical cooperation in civil matters: organisation of a series of interactive language training events".
The National Office for the Judiciary is participating in the program as a partner, and as a result the fourth event in the serie of seminars will be held at the Academy of Justice between the 25th and 28th of April 2017, which will cover family law, and specifically the terminology of the Brussels IIa Regulation.
Lecturing as a Hungarian judge, dr. Beáta Lukácsi, the judge of the Budapest Environs Regional Court will present the main characteristics of the achievements of the EU in the field of family law, the issues regarding jurisdiction, the recognition of decisions, lis pedens and the applicable law.
Apart from attending the lectures, participants of the training may practice the use of English terminology during interactive workshops. A total of 8 Hungarian and 13 foreign participants will be trained at a seminar. The foreign participants will be arriving from Germany, Croatia, France, Lithuania, Poland and Romania.
The high standards of the training is guaranteed by the 3 foreign and 2 Hungarian lecturers, who go round on the topics of the seminar from a legal and a linguistic point of view:
Martina Erb-Klünemann; judge of the District Court of Hamm, in Germany
Topic of the lecture: The recognition and execution of decisions, cross-border communication between courts
Kerstin Niethammer-Jürgens; family law attorney from Potsdam
Topic of the lecture: Parental responsibility across borders, removal of children across borders
Eva Samaniego Fernández; Professor of the Department of Foreign Languages at the National University of Distance Education, Madrid
Topic of the lecture: The most important EU civil law terminology
Lukácsi Beáta; judge of the Budapest Environs Regional Court
Topic of the lecture: the main characteristics of the achievements of the EU in the field of family law, jurisdiction, recognition of decisions, lis pedens and the applicable law.
Szilágyi Enikő; secretary judge at the Curia of Hungary, language teacher
Topic of the lecture: Cross-border communication between courts, the hearing of children