International webinar ‘Lessons Learned from Around the World About Managing Courts in a Pandemic’ repeated due to overwhelming demand

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

On Thursday 23 April 2020, the EJTN in association with the National Judicial College in the United States, held the webcast ‘Lessons Learned from Around the World About Managing Courts in a Pandemic’. The webinar welcomed international participation of more than 1300 judges and justice from more than two continents.

Following great success of the session held in April and overwhelming demand to attend, the activity is scheduled to be repeated on Friday June 26, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. Western Europe (Lisbon)/ 5:00 p.m. Central Europe (Brussels)/ 6:00 pm Eastern Europe (Bucharest).

 After participating in this presentation, the participants will be able to:

  1. Describe how different countries are managing COVID-19 challenges;
  2. Summarize processes and procedures that other countries are using successfully; and
  3. Recite what individual judges can do to ensure justice for their citizens in this unprecedented time of need.



Honorable Christoph Reichert, President of the Regional Court Offenburg, Baden-Württemberg


Honorable Marina Tavassi, President of the Court of Appeal of Milan


Honorable Pedro Félix Álvarez de Benito, Senior Judge, Head of Division, Foreign Affairs Division, Spanish General Council for the Judiciary

South Korea:

Eun Sil Kim, Professor of International Affairs & American Law Program, Judicial Research and Training Institute

United States:

Honorable Roy Ferguson, District Court, Alpine Texas


Registration link to the webcast: