Lookup NU author(s): Dr Maria-Teresa Gil-Bazo
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In close cooperation with courts and tribunals of the Member States as well as other key actors, EASO has begun the development of a Professional Development Series aimed at providing courts and tribunals with a full overview of the CEAS on a step-by-step basis. Following consultations with the EASO network of court and tribunal members, including IARLJ-Europe, it became apparent that there was a pressing need to make available to courts and tribunals judicial training materials on certain core subjects dealt with in their day-to-day decision-making. This Judicial Analysis is the product of a project between IARLJ-Europe and EASO and it forms part of the EASO Professional Development Series for members of courts and tribunals. It has been developed by a process with two components: an editorial team (ET) of judges with overall responsibility for the final product and a drafting team of experts, consisting of Judge John Barnes (United Kingdom, retired), Dr María-Teresa Gil-Bazo (Newcastle Law School, Newcastle University), and Dr Céline Bauloz (Global Migration Centre, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva). The Analysis is primarily intended for use by members of courts and tribunals of EU Member States concerned with hearing appeals or conducting reviews of decisions on applications for international protection. It aims to assist not only those with little or no experience but also those who have more expertise. As such, it aims to be a useful point of reference for all members of courts and tribunals concerned in the hearing of cases or actions to which the CEAS applies.
Author(s): International Association of Refugee Law Judges
Publication type: Online Publication
Publication status: Published
Series Title: EASO Professional Development Series for Members of Courts and Tribunals
Acceptance date: 30/11/2015
Publisher: European Asylum Support Office (EASO)
Place Published: Malta
Notes: Drafting team: J. Barnes, M.-T. Gil-Bazo, C. Bauloz