62nd Plenary Meeting of the European Judicial Network under the Belgium Presidency, 10-12 June 2024, Antwerpen, Belgium
63rd Plenary Meeting of the European Judicial Network under the Hungarian Presidency, date to be confirmed, Budapest, Hungary
61st Plenary Meeting of the European Judicial Network under the Spanish Presidency, Madrid, Spain, from 8 to 9 November 2023 | [documents]
60th Plenary Meeting of the European Judicial Network under the Swedish Presidency, Stockholm, Sweden from 12 to 14 June 2023 | [documents]
59th Plenary meeting of the European Judicial Network under the Czech Presidency, Czech Republic from 9 to 11 November 2022 | [documents]
58th Plenary meeting of the European Judicial Network under the French Presidency, Bordeaux, France from 15 to 17 June 2022 [documents]
57th Plenary meeting, 18-20 October 2021, Ljubljana, Slovenia [documents]
56th Plenary meeting, 29 June 2021, Lisbon, Portugal [documents]
55th Plenary meeting, Berlin, Germany [meeting cancelled due to Covid-19 crisis ]
54th Plenary meeting, 17-19 June 2020, Croatia [meeting cancelled due to Covid-19 crisis ]
53rd Plenary meeting, 20-22 November 2019, Finland [documents]
52nd Plenary meeting, 26-28 June 2019, Bucharest, Romania [documents]
51st Plenary meeting, 21-23 November 2018, Vienna, Austria [documents]
50th Plenary meeting, 27-29 June 2018, Sofia, Bulgaria [documents]
49th Plenary meeting, 22-24 November 2017, Tallinn, Estonia | [documents]
The EJN holds at least three Plenary meetings every year.
The purposes of the Plenary meetings shall be as follows:
- to allow contact points to get to know each other and share experience, particularly concerning the operation of the Network;
- to provide a forum for discussion of practical and legal problems encountered by the Member States in the context of judicial cooperation, in particular with regard to the implementation of measures adopted by the European Union.
Two of the Plenary meetings are organised in the Member State holding the Presidency of the Council (at the end of each semester). These meetings enable the Contact Points to meet representatives of authorities in the host Member State and to exchange experiences about judicial cooperation in criminal matters. To these Plenary meetings, at least three Contact Points per Member State, two Contact Points from the candidate and associated countries and from partner countries are invited, as well as observers.