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Reminder: EULITA Conference and General Assembly 07/01/2016 17:00

As regards accommodation in Strasbourg, a limited number of 40 rooms has been reserved at the Hôtel Athena Spa (,, Rue Armande Béjart, 67200 Strasbourg, for three nights (7-10 April 2016) at a price of EUR 95, breakfast included, for single rooms and a price of EUR 105, breakfast included, for double-bed rooms. The rooms will be blocked until 15 January 2016. Please use the code "EULITA GA" when making reservations."

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Access to the LIT Search database 10/12/2015 17:57

Access to the LIT Search database is now available at with the following login details:

Username: search
Password: litsearch

Judicial stakeholders are cordially invited to test the search options for legal interpreters and translators in Austria, the Czech Republic, Poland and the UK. The registers of other countries will hopefully be interlinked soon.


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First CJEU ruling on Directive 2010/64/EU (right to interpretation and translation in criminal proceedings) 10/12/2015 16:56

On 15 October 2015 the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its first preliminary ruling concerning EU Directives on procedural safeguards in criminal proceedings (Stockholm Roadmap), including the right to language assistance.

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EULITA General Assembly and Conference 30/11/2015 12:19

The 6th General Assembly of EULITA will take place in Strasbourg, France, on 9 April 2016. A conference will be held at the European Court of Human Rights and the Council of Europe on 8 and 9 April 2016. Details of the conference programme will be announced soon. A first announcement and the registration form can be found here:

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LIT Search Project - Final Conference Proceedings 30/11/2015 12:00

The papers presented at the Final Conference on 9 and 10 November 2015 can now be found at


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LIT Search Project - Final Conference in Antwerp, Belgium, on 9/10 November 2015 12/11/2015 23:59

The Final Conference of the LIT Search project (JUST/2013/JPEN/AG/4556) for a European pilot database of legal interpreters and translators was opened with a video message from Commissioner Vĕra Jourová in which she congratulated the consortium on the work done in the past 18 months. Koen Geens, Minister of Justice, then referred to Belgian efforts concerning a national database of legal interpreters and translators.

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