This is the fourth report on training for legal practitioners (notably judges, prosecutors, court staff, bailiffs, lawyers and notaries) in EU law or in the national law of another Member State. It is based on the results of a questionnaire sent in 2015 to Member States’ authorities, European networks of legal professionals and the main training providers at European level regarding training of legal practitioners in 2014. It describes the progress towards the target set by the European Commission in its 2011 Communication Building trust in EU-wide justice. A new dimension to European judicial... training of ensuring that half (around 700 000) of all legal practitioners in the EU are trained in EU law or in the national law of another Member State by 2020; this is equivalent to 5 % (70 000) of all practitioners per year, on average. Lastly in the Conclusions of the Justice and Home Affaires Council of 4 December 2014 EU Member States underlined that training of legal practitioners is a key tool. The European Parliament continued to back European judicial training, as expressed in its resolution on judicial training of 14 March 2012.