The special Conference of Ministers and Senators of Justice which holds a meeting in Bad Pyrmont in May, decides for Trier to be the location of the German Judical Academy.
The cornerstone for the building of the German Judical Academy is laid on February 25. The topping-out ceremony is celebrated on December 17.
The Ministers and Senators of Justice, as well as the Federal Minister of Justice sign the administrative agreement on the German Judical Academy on January 12 in Trier. Festivities held in celebration of the opening of the German Judical Academy take place on February 16 at the conference site. The opening speeches are held by the Federal Minister of Justice, Gerhard Jahn, and the Prime Minister of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, Dr. Helmut Kohl. On February 19 the first two events for secondary training start with 40 participants each. The conferences, carried out by Baden-Wuerttemberg and the Saarland, are devoted to the subjects of "family law" and "European and national law".
The 25,000th conference participant is a guest in Trier.
After the German Unification on October 3, the possibility to participate in conferences for secondary training at the German Judical Academy is extended to judges and public prosecutors of the new states.
As part of the 62nd Conference of Ministers of Justice in November, the Ministers and Senators of Justice reinforce their decision to incorporate the conference site in Wustrau into the German Judical Academy.
1991 - 1992
The Wustrau property is renovated to be used as second conference site of the German Judical Academy.
On January 1, the new administrative agreement on the German Judical Academy enters into effect. From then on the German Judical Academy is supported by the federation and the 16 constituent states. The Wustrau conference site in the constituent state of Brandenburg stands along side the Trier conference site as an independent and equal conference site of the German Judical Academy. The first two conferences for 35 participants each take place in Wustrau from February 3 through 13, with the subjects "On the way to judicial unity in Germany" and "Introduction to electronic data processing". The organising constituent states are Brandenburg and Bavaria. As part of a ceremony the Wustrau conference site is opened on May 24. The 1,000th conference of the German Judical Academy takes place in Trier in autumn.
130 to 140 conferences are organised annually in Trier and Wustrau, at which a total of 5,000 people may participate.
The 25th year of existence of the Trier conference site as well as the 5th year of existence of the Wustrau site are honoured during a ceremony on March 3, 1998. In Trier the 50,000th participant is welcomed, in Wustrau the 10,000th.
The German Judical Academy has been in existence for 30 years. The Wustrau conference site has been part of the Academy for 10 years. By the beginning of 2003 approx. 80,000 participants were visitors to both conference sites.
In Trier the 100,000th participant – concerning both conference sites – is welcomed.
In Wustrau the 30,000th participant attends a conference.
The German Judicial Academy is viewed as a kind of role model to other judicial academies. Members of judicial administrations from all over Europe and overseas visit both conference sites to get information about the Academy’s organisation, structures and tasks as well as the programme development.
In Trier the 75,000th participant is welcomed.
40th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone of the German Judicial Academy
In Trier the 125.000th conference participant – concerning both conference sites - is welcomed.
40th anniversary of the German Judicial Academy
In Trier the 90.000the participant is welcomed.
The 50.000the participant came to a seminar in the conference site in Wustrau.
The federal ministry of Justice visited the conference venue in Trier.