The objective of the Me-CODEX III project is to prepare, implement and follow-up the handover of all e-CODEX components to the European Union Agency for the Operational Management of Large-Scale IT Systems in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (eu-LISA). In addition to the handover to eu-LISA at the end of the project period, it is the objective to ensure a continued robust sustainability framework for the further management, development and maintenance of the e-CODEX system during the project period until the handover as well as the support for the existing and upcoming users of e-CODEX in accordance with the relevant legislation.
Since 2010, the e-CODEX has been used by several European Member States for the digital exchange of case-related data in civil, commercial and criminal matters. Connected to the e-Justice portal of the European Commission and in line with the Digital Single Market strategy and the multiannual European e-Justice Action Plan, the e-CODEX -System provides fast, secure and reliable access to European legal procedures for citizens and companies all over Europe.
The European Lawyers Foundation is partner in this project together with the Ministry of Justice of Nordrhein-Westfalen (MINISTERIUM DER JUSTIZ DES LANDES NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN, Germany, project’s coordinator) and the following institutions and organisations:
- BUNDESMINISTERIUM FUER JUSTIZ (Austria)
- MINISTERE DE LA JUSTICE (France)
- MINISTERIE VAN JUSTITIE EN VEILIGHEID (The Netherlands)
- MINISTERIO DE JUSTICIA (Spain)
- EUROPEAN BAILIFFS’ FOUNDATION (Belgium)
- ARISTOTELIO PANEPISTIMIO THESSALONIKIS (Greece)
- HAGUE CONFERENCE ON PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW (The Netherlands)
Funded by the European Union