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Family Friendly Workplace Prize - Six Regional Courts and one Regional Court of Appeal have been awarded

For domestic workplaces, it is an increasingly important aspect, a need even, to pay special attention to family-friendly policies, and the judiciary is no exception.

Huge success in Sofia – the Hungarian team won 1st place in the THEMIS semi-finals

The team of Hungarian trainee judges won the D semi-finals of the EJTN-organised THEMIS professional competition, thus making it the all-time most successful Hungarian team in the history of the event.

The Hungarian Training System and the Digital Court at the International Conference of Justice Organizations 

A two-day long international conference titled ‘Judicial Cooperation with Candidate and Neighboring Countries of the European Union’ was organized by the Ministry of Justice and the European Public Law Organization (EPLO) for the judicial organizations on 19-20 June 2019 in Budapest.

Community and Communication – Interview with the new President of the Budapest-Capital Regional Court

Dr. Péter Tatár-Kis was appointed by the President of the National Office for the Judiciary (NOJ) for the leadership of the Budapest-Capital Regional Court for a one-year term.

Focus on the Next Generation: THEMIS semi-final D is approaching

The next event of the THEMIS competition is coming up: semi-final D will take place between 2-5 July in Bulgary.

More than two thousand remote hearings performed

During the past 9 months, Hungarian courts held 2115 remote hearings, and 783 judges used the Via Video system in their proceedings.

Hungary at the forefront of Europe based on the timeliness of judgments

At its meeting on 5 June 2019, the Committee of Ministers of the CE, which oversees the implementation of the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) of Strasbourg, discussed the Hungarian steps taken to implement the Gazsó-judgment related to the length of procedures.

Péter Tatár-Kis is the temporary head of the Budapest-Capital Regional Court

The president of the National Office for the Judiciary (NOJ) assigned Dr. Péter Tatár-Kis to perform the tasks of the presidency of the Budapest-Regional Court.

Statements of the Presidents of Regional Courts

We, court leaders of Hungary, welcome the resolution of the Hungarian National Assembly on 11 June 2019, regarding the president of the National Office for the Judiciary (NOJ)

Digital innovations vs. paper-based administration – international conference on the expansion of digital courts 

The international conference has begun at the Hungarian Academy of Justice, with the participation of the Visegrad Four countries and Croatia, where attendees will exchange experiences about the possibilities in judicial digitalization.