Judicial expertise and its place in our modern society are at the centre of the concerns and reflections of the European Expertise and Expert Institute (EEEI). Set up in October 2006, the European Expertise and Expert Institute has set itself the objectives of improving the quality of judicial expert evidence and harmonizing its practice in Europe in order to improve the effective exercise of rights and strengthen the confidence of litigants in the settlement of their disputes. To this end, the EEEI is a place for exchanges and collaborative work between European judges, lawyers, experts and academics, leading to tangible achievements of projects supported by the European Commission.  

The Find an Expert II project in a few words

This project consists of creating a directory of European judicial experts, based on consensus built with 6 pilot Member States and then scaled to other Member States of the European Union.

Two main work packages :

  • WP2: the convergence of national registers of experts while respecting the main national characteristics.
  • WP3: Convergence of nomenclatures

This is a two-year project (March 2022 to February 2024) co-financed by the European Union. 

To date, more than 50 European participants (magistrates, experts, lawyers and academics) representing some fifteen countries have begun work. They are volunteers.

The project team is looking to strengthen this team of volunteers by adding a part-time employee until the end of February 2024. Please find further information linked hereafter:

Project AssistantYour function:

  • Assist the Work package 2: Convergence work national registers and Work package 3 Nomenclature convergence leaders, and, if necessary, those of the other WPs;
  • Prepare and attend the Consensus Conference;
  • Assist the Jury;
  • Ensure that we meet deadlines and prepare milestones and deliverables in advance, in conjunction with the project and WP leaders and managers;
  • Contribute to the finalization of deliverables and the writing of synthesis reports requested by the EC;
  • Cooperate with all project participants, in particular with the communication team, for the publication of articles related to the project;
  • Participate in the Steering Committee meetings (WP1);
  • Ensure the link between the WPs, as well as with the partners and external contacts of the project, remind the members of the WPs of the deadlines to be respected in the  work progress.

The profile we are looking for:

Student in law / management / human sciences, at least bachelor / thesis preparation, interested in procedural issues, international relations, European law etc… Fluent in English and French, other languages are welcomed. You would perfectly fit in if you are autonomous, with good interpersonal skills and the will to participate closely in a 2-years project with experienced practitioners, this position is for you.

Our offer:

  • A job for 2 days a week with remuneration according to your status (employee or freelance),, pleasant and with various tasks, for 2 years;
  • Exchanges with working groups composed of magistrates, lawyers, experts, and academics;
  • An unforgettable and unique experience of working together on a European project;
  • Depending on your status and your country of residence, the possibility of being employed or self-employed;
  • Home office for most of the work;
  • A few in person meetings, most of them remote;
  • The payment of occasional travel and expenses related to the project;
  • The provision of a computer.

You are interested?

Please send your application by e-mail with a detailed curriculum vitae to Nathalie Sillon, secretary of the institute: