Tuesday, May 19, 2009

European Union Court Website Revamped

The CURIA website (Court of Justice of the European Communities) recently underwent a redesign.

The contents of the caselaw database include summaries or judgments, Opinions of the Court, Advocates General's Opinions and orders of the Community Courts, delivered since 17 June 1997 and published in the Reports of Cases before the Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance or in the European Court Reports - Reports of European Community Staff Cases.

There is also a library and documentation section to the website with links to bibliographies, a database of member state caselaw relating to European Union legislation, the Reflets current awareness bulletin, and an overview of court systems of each of the 27 members of the Union (in French).

The Court, which sits in Luxemburg, constitutes the judicial authority of the European Union and its role is to ensure the application and uniform interpretation of Community law.

[Source: Précisément.org - Un blog pour l'information juridique]

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