The CEPEJ (European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice) published on 9 October 2014 his evaluation report on the functioning of European judicial systems.
This report is established every two years and is widely read by the press and all stakeholders.
You will note that the CEPEJ has endorsed the definition of judicial expertise as established during the EEEI’s Brussel’s symposium, which is a great recognition of Institute’s work.
The observation of the situation of expertise in Europe is rather dark, with a surprising lack of data, for example as regards France, which did not answer the survey although the data is readily available.
The chapter 15 concerns judicial experts (pages 441 to 451). Chapter 16 is about Court interpreters (pages 452 to 461).