• PART 1 Data tables per indicator for all EU Member States
  • Abstract
  • Executive summary
  • Methodology
  • General data
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  • Indicator 1: The budget and resources of courts and the justice system
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  • Indicator 2: The judicial organisation
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  • Indicator 3: The performances of courts at all stages of the proceedings
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  • Indicator 4: Systems for measuring and evaluating the performance of courts
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  • Indicator 5: Legal aid
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  • Indicator 6: The ICT tools of courts and for court users
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  • Indicator 7: Training of judges
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  • Indicator 8: The existence and use of alternative dispute resolution methods
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  • Indicator 9: Professionals of justice
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  • Indicator 10: The methods, sources and efficiency of national data collection
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  • PART 2 Country fiches for each EU Member States
  • Austria (2013 data)
  • Belgium (2013 data)
  • Bulgaria (2013 data)
  • Croatia (2013 data)
  • Cyprus (2013 data)
  • Czech Republic (2013 data)
  • Denmark (2013 data)
  • Estonia (2013 data)
  • Finland (2013 data)
  • France (2013 data)
  • Germany (2013 data)
  • Greece (2013 data)
  • Hungary (2013 data)
  • Ireland (2013 data)
  • Italy (2013 data)
  • Latvia (2013 data)
  • Lithuania (2013)
  • Luxembourg (2013 data)
  • Malta (2013 data)
  • Netherlands (2013 data)
  • Portugal (2013 data)
  • Romania (2013 data)
  • Slovakia (2013 data)
  • Slovenia (2013 data)
  • Sweden(2013 data)
  • Annex 1 List of the 100 tables presented in the study
  • Annex 2 Table of correspondence between 2014 and 2015 figures
  • Annex 3 Extract of the CEPEJ Scheme for evaluating judicial system
  • Annex 4 Extract of the explanatory note to the scheme for evaluating judicial system
  • Annex 5 Definitions of the Clearance Rate (CR) and the Disposition Time (DT)