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The e-learning serious game is aimed at testing, in an interactive and playful manner, the knowledge acquired after attending the training seminars (and possibly also watching the e-learning course published herewith) undertaken under the Project "EULawInEN: EU law training in English language: blended and integrated content and language training for European notaries and judges" co-financed by the Justice Programme of the European Union.

The project is coordinated by the Fondazione Italiana del Notariato in partnership with the Cassa Nazionale del Notariato, the International Association of Judges, The Notary Chamber of Bulgaria and of Hungary.

Please find more information on the Project website:

Learning Objectives

The e-learning serious game aims at contributing to a uniform application of the EU Regulations 650/2012, 1103/2016 and 1104/2016 through the simulation of practical cases that require interaction of the player as to solve the cases in the best possible manner according to applied EU law.


The expected result is to reach a greater awareness of the contents of the EU Regulatios 650/2012, 1103/2016 and 1104/2016 and their uniform application in the Member States.

Course Structure

  • Lesson 1 - The game becomes serious


Sara Maffei

Judge at the First Instance Court of Livorno, Italy