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2015-11-doc8 Guide to Good Practices in Civil Judicial Expertise in the European Union

The European Expertise and Expert Institute (EEEI) recently issued its Guide to Good Practices in Civil Judicial Expertise in the European Union. The Guide aims to improve judicial procedures and to ensure that citizens and companies increase their trust in justice, whether it be in their own Member States or when they are living or working in a host country and have to deal with cross-border issues. In some 10 years, with a large group of interested stakeholders, exisiting systems with heterogeneous realities of judicial expertise and judicial experts were studied. The Guide's key topics are the appointment of the expert, the expertise procedure, his/her report, renumeration, status and the suggestion to establish a list of European Experts. A proposal for a Code of Ethics of European Judicial Experts (with 40 articles) is included in an Annex to the Guide. EEEI believes that the Guide to Good Practices in Civil Judicial Expertise in the European Union is the result of work led by European professionals whose main aim is to improve and harmonize very different practices, based on a will to determine a strong, democratic, European model, at the service of the citizens and companies of the European Union. 2015_11_04_eeei_guide_to_good_pratices_egle_en