ECTS - - Faculty of Law Undergraduate Program
Compulsory Departmental Courses
KRY111 - Career Planning (1 + 0) 1
Being a student at Atilim University, Student-centered programs at Atilim University, Faculty, Department presentations, Career Planning and Coop Program, Erasmus, CV writing types, Interview techniques, Effective Communication and presentation techniques, Intelligence and Personality
LAW101 - Introduction to law (4 + 0) 6
The origins and sources of the law, the role of the law to establish order in society, the comparison of the legal rules with other rules regulating society, application and interpretation of legal rules, rights and their classifications, the main divisions and branches under the concept of law, Rule of Law, sanctions, legal systems, judiciary and
LAW107 - Constitutional Law (3 + 0) 6
General principles and the basic notions of constitutional law; the notion of constitution; theories on sovereignty and political power; forms of the state; legislative, executive powers and the relations between them; government systems; judicial review of legislative acts; election systems and political parties.
LAW210 - Basic Rights and Freedoms (3 + 0) 5
The technical analyses of the various systems; the establishment, protection, and promotion of human rights; current human rights standards; global instruments, such as general and specific human rights covenants adopted by UN and regional instruments, such as ECoHR.
LAW233 - Administrative Law I (4 + 0) 5
Administrative law as a discipline of public law, the concept of public administration, historical development and different systems, principles in organization of public administration, central administration of the state, institutions of local government, independant regulatory agencies, the concept of administrative transaction.
LAW312 - Corporation Law (3 + 0) 5
Concept of ?Company? in general and characteristics of company, main features of unincorporated company and its details, features of commecial partnerships and their functional process, detailed examination of corporation and limited liability company, reconstruction of companies, Konzern law.
LAW423 - Theories of the State (3 + 0) 5
Ancient Greek and Roman political thought, medieval perspectives on power and authority, the Renaissance and Reformation, the notions of the state as developed by social contract theorists and the rise of the Enlightenment, the formation of modern political ideologies.
TURK401 - Turkish Language I (2 + 0) 2
Languages and their classification; history of Turkish language, its spread over the world and its place among other languages; Turkish language in the republic era; orthography; expressions; foreign words, suffixes and prefixes; punctuation; language and verbalism.
LAW481 - Fundamental Rights Advocacy Legal Clinic (3 + 0) 4
Choosing every semester one or more applications to the lawyers who are experts on strategic litigation whose data is concealed, researching the related literature and court decisions, examples of other states and creating strategie, developing these strategies as concrete human rights advocacy strategies, sharing these strategies with relevant institutions and organizations, publication of these strategies in the student journal.
LAW491 - Legislative Clinic (1 + 0) 4
In the scope of the law clinic, students are responsible for examining relevant legislation in one or more different issues in each semester, investigating the related literature and court decisions, identifying the problems in practice and developing the solution proposals for them and formulating the proposed act and/ or regulatory transaction
LAW492 - Ombudsman Friendly Legal Clinic (1 + 2) 4
Choosing one or more applications to the Ombudsman Institution whose data is concealed and making research on the related literature and court decisions, examples of other states, writing a recommendation decision offer, sharing this offer with the Institution, publication of this offer in the student journal.
LAW495 - Street Law Clinic (1 + 2) 4
Research on one or more different subjects; gaining information about the learning methods; making a presentation on the subject; providing information to non-lawyers (other faculty students, high school students, NGO's, etc) about their rights and the mechanisms they can use to protect their rights, and answering questions.