عنوان مقاله [English]
In France, unlike the US judges, they are graduates of the Supreme Judicial School, which has an organizational relationship with the Department of Justice and the French judicial system. The Supreme Judicial School is responsible for the training and training of future French judges who have been absorbed after passing university studies and obtaining a university degree. The 31-month training course runs apprenticeship and theoretical and practical training that all school teachers and educators are members of the judiciary.
The administrative proceedings in the French legal system are so important that the process of recruiting and training the judges of the administrative courts and the state council is separated from the general courts. As a result, the judges of the administrative courts are mainly drawn from graduate and postgraduate graduates who have been trained at the National School of Public Administration and are undergoing practical training at the French State Council. The government council also divides itself into a large institution, the Court of Cassation, and the accepted test, which is conducted through the National School of Public Administration, attracts top scores to the state council.