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The Hungarian team has prepared an excellent written project at the 4-day-long championship, organized by the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN). The team of trainee judges has returned home with a medal and a certificate, along with the judges’ praise for their thoughtful opinions and written work.

Since 2015, the National Office for the Judiciary (NOJ) has been publishing an integrity questionnaire for judges every year to understand the processes and circumstances relating the integrity of the judiciary. The NOJ continuously strives to keep the questions clear and up-to-date and the questionnaires’ length limited to keep the target group motivated in participation, while providing lots of information at the same time.

The president of the National Office for the Judiciary (NOJ) announced the Sustainable Values Program (SVP), consisting of three pillars, with the aim of transmitting the values of the judiciary for the posterity by relying on past traditions and results already achieved.

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The best future practices in the interest of the child – this will be the subject of the international conference on the application of the revised Brussels IIA regulation, organized jointly with the Ministry of Justice, held at the Hungarian Academy of Justice, on 7-8 November.

Representatives of another renowned institution were introduced to the digital developments of the National Office for the Judiciary (NOJ).


The judiciary is celebrating the 15th anniversary of Hungary’s accession to the EU

As in previous years, the National Office for the Judiciary (NOJ) welcomes trainee judges, secretary judges and junior judges in the framework of the AIAKOS Exchange Program, organised by the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN).

The National Office for the Judiciary organizes an International Conference on the Aspects of Sovereignty in the Unifying European Area of Justice - Experiences, Challenges, Inspirations, on April 8 to 9 2019. The present conference is meant to be an annual meeting point and a professional workshop. 


A Werbőczy Mundus scholar will spend his internship at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg for the first time in history. Starting in September a Hungarian lawyer will spend several months at the Strasbourg-based European institution along with his fellows working at the Academy of European Law (ERA) in Trier and at the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in Luxembourg.

It was the fifth time this year that the ‘Sziget Court’ tent welcomed the participants of the Sziget Festival between 7 and 13 August. Hundreds were interested in the programs offered by the Sziget Court, despite the heat wave that lasted for days.

Members of the Miskolc Regional Court staff gathered 274 unnecessary telephones, as the Regional Court joined the environmental campaign “It only costs one phone” of the Miskolc Zoo.

Sustainable Values Program – The good judge

Every judge desires to be a good judge. And just the same, every client hopes his case will be tried by a good judge.

Sustainable Values Program – Green Court

Sustainable Values Program – Families in focus

Adrienn Várai-Jeges dr, judge responsible for central administrative tasks at the National Office for the Judiciary (NOJ) gave an interview about the training for Hungarian family law judges to Paragraph programme broadcasted by Inforadio on 22 March 2018.