The Future of Law
Within the scope of this course, the legal changes that can be brought to the legal regulations and state institutions by the social trends determined by the main technological progress and environmental factors will be discussed. By examining the source, function and meaning of law in the way of analyzing these changes, which are likely to have wide and devastating social effects on the professional lives of today’s law students; It is aimed to make an inference on the future of law in general and the legal professions in particular. In this context, the position of the function of the legal profession against the development of artificial intelligence will be discussed in particular.
The issue of the legal position of animals and the role of legal rules in ensuring the welfare of animals is gaining more and more importance all over the world. In the “Animal Rights” lesson, which will be offered at the winter camp, the subject of whether animals can have rights will be emphasized and basic information on the legal protection provided to animals will be given. In this context, examples from the laws of foreign countries that have adopted the rules on the protection of animals will be presented and the developments in our country will be conveyed.
How Do We Resolve Our Conflicts?
It is very likely that there will be conflict in the relationships we form in various areas of our lives. In particular, disputes arising during the purchase and sale of goods or the provision of a service are resolved in various ways (negotiation, mediation, court proceedings or arbitration). Within the scope of this course, information will be shared about the ability to foresee possible conflicts and manage them positively before they arise, and to transform existing disputes in a way that both sides of the dispute will benefit. In addition, concrete case studies will enable students to compare various conflict resolution methods and discuss finding the most appropriate solution.
Turkey and Human Rights
The aim of the “Turkey and Human Rights” course is to provide students with basic information in the field of human rights. The training will primarily focus on what human rights are, how these rights are used and what the basic conventions are in this field. At the same time, how human rights are protected in Turkey and Turkey’s obligations under human rights law will be explained. In particular, students will learn about the European Convention on Human Rights and the importance of the European Court of Human Rights for Turkey will be examined.