Courses



ECON 100 Principles of Economics

This course provides an introduction to basic models and concepts in microeconomics and macroeconomics. Basic topics in microeconomics analyzed in this course include an introduction to market economies, supply and demand, consumer theory, the theory of the firm, perfect competition. Basic topics in macroeconomics analyzed in this course include national income, employment / unemployment, inflation, money, banking and credit system.


ENG 101 Academic Skills in English I

This course aims at preparing students to use academic skills in English.


ENG 102 Academic Skills in English II

ENG 102 is a compulsory course for first year students. ENG 102 focuses on the cognitive skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking. Students' academic listening skills will be improved by listening to important / relevant information from lectures or discussions and reading skills by reading recent academic texts and then using this information to create an output task. Speaking focuses on giving presentations and students get prepared to express their ideas and opinions by speaking persuasively and coherently. The writing component is a consolidation of the speaking activities.


HUK 103 Civil Law I

Main content of the course is basic principles of civil law and law of persons. The notion of 'person' and 'personality' in terms of comparative law, natural persons and legal persons (associations and foundations), capacity to have rights, capacity to act in law and act of injustice, assaults in personal rights, protection of personality and protection of private life and human's dignity, name, kinship and habitation, register of births, deaths and marriages are examined.


HUK 207 International Public Law

Concept of public international law, sources of public international law, rules of public international law, connecting rules of international procedural law, related fields (with differences), constructive elements of legal order of international law, mutual influence in the reports of subjects of international law in the recent events. - Despite the fact that the general public international law is the main content of the course, all the other branches of public international law, each of which are comprehensive to be a separate course, are also briefly included in this course-. Course sections related to procedural law will be covered in the relevant section (resolution mechanisms, international judicial bodies, etc.). Similarly, international organizations and agencies will be considered in the light of recent developments (UN-conflict rules, rules such as armed intervention)


HUK 212 Administrative Law II

Administrative actions, administrative contracts, public service, administrative police, liability of administration, civil servants, public domain will be handled in the scope of this course.


HUK 214 Criminal Law - General Provisions II

In the scope of this course, subjeckts such as, culpability in criminal law, attempted crimes, recklessness, jointly committed offences, principle involvement and accompliceship which are special appearences of crime, will be discussed. Aggregation of offences, compound offences and succussive offences, wich will be applied because of aggregation of offences, will be emphasized. Punishments and security precautions, imprisonment and criminal fine, determination of punishment, personalisation of punishment and calculation of punishment, which are under the title of sanction theory, are the important subjects for this course.


HUK 216 General Theory of the State

This course discusses the political, economic and social factors behind the making of legal provisions and structures and how these provisions are applied meaningfully only under an institutionalized political power.


HUK 301 Law of Obligations - Specific Provisions

Couse content includes specific contracts and their legal aspects. Some of these contracts are contract of sale, contract of donation, contract of mandate, contract of work, rental contract, guarantee contract, employment contract and publishing contract.


HUK 303 Civil Procedure Law I

The court structure in Turkey, status of judges, initiation of proceedings, summary and ordinary procedures, jurisdiction, petition of the case and reply, burden of proof, means of proof, effect of judgements and enforcement procedures.


HUK 307 Property Law I

Course content includes notions of property and real rights, general principles prevailing real rights, notions of possession and land registry, land registry organization, responsibility of the state, ownership, subject matter and scope of ownership, acquisition and limitation of ownership, and limited real rights.


HUK 312 Property Law II

Course content includes scope of ownership, acquisition, limitation, loss of ownership of immovable and limited real rights, pledge rights and condominium.


HUK 324 Tax Law

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HUK 401 Labour Law I

Labor Law is a course taught in two different semesters, and includes individual labor law, and some parts of collective labor law and union law in its context. The subject of the first part of this course will be individual labor law and it will cover the historical development of labor law, its sources, fields and persons of practice, basic concepts, employment contract, debt of the parties included in the contract, termination of employment contract and its consequences, and labor jurisdiction.


HUK 403 Criminal Procedure Law I

The course begins with the basic principles of criminal procedural law. This basic principles consists of the protection of human rights, prohibiton of analogy, preparation and form of prosecution and principles of proof. Application area of criminal procedural rules, restraints to cognisance, proceedings of criminal procedural law, subjects of cognisance, cognisance participation, safety measures, compensation for safety measures, investigation, prosecution, conciliation and seizure, ordinary and extraordinary legal remedies and expenses of prosecution will be the subjects of this course.


HUK 404 Insurance Law

Private insurance law: Notion of insurance, classification of insurance contracts in different aspects, importance and functions of insurance, sources of insurance law, obligatory insurance and obligation of to contract, qualifications and elements of insurance contract, insurer, insurant and insurance holder, fee of insurance, risk, benefit and interest, insurance documents, duties of parties under an insurance contract, types of insurance contract, compensation insurances, termination of insurance contract, jurisdiction matters in disputes born from insurance contracts, insurance institutions, insurance companies, insurance agents topics will be covered during this course.


HUK 408 Enforcement and Bankruptcy Law II

Following topics will be covered during this course: enforcement of bonds, encashment and sharing, evacuation of property, enforcement with verdict, cautionary levy, law of bankrupt, composition order, restructuring via conciliation, enforcement crimes.


HUK 411 Enforcement and Bankruptcy Law I

Following topics will be covered during this course: Sources of enforcement law, bankruptcy institutions, enforcement fees, parties of debt enforcement process, debt enforcement without verdict, levy, initiation of enforcement, preliminary documents and fees, parties, objection to enforcement, nullification of objection.


HUK 414 Criminal Procedure Law II

The course deals with the subjects of criminal procedure law such as; safety measures, application conditions of safety measures, compensation for safety measures, investigation, prosecution, conciliation and seizure, ordinary and extraordinary legal remedies and expenses of prosecution.


HUK 416 Labor Law II

Labor Law is a course taught in two different semesters, and includes individual labor law, and some parts of collective labor law and union law in its context. The subject of the first part of this course will be individual labor law and it will cover the historical development of labor law, its sources, fields and persons of practice, basic concepts, employment contract, debt of the parties included in the contract, termination of employment contract and its consequences, and labor jurisdiction.


IUE 100 Orientation and Career Planning

The aim of this course is to help students recognize the skills needed for university life and career goals. These skills include self-awareness, goal setting, time management, oral and written communication, and analytical thinking. The course will introduce those skills to students via seminars and talks conducted by specialists and professionals.


PSIR 207 Introduction to Political Science

The course explores the meanings and practical aspects regarding essential concepts such as politics, power, legitimacy and authority; the emergence of modern state and the concept of sovereignty; nationalism and globalisation; modern political ideologies; different government systems such as democracy and authoritarianism; political culture; organization and mechanisms of legislative and executive branches; various levels of governance; political parties and interest groups; parliamentary and presidential systems.


TRH 101 Princ. of Atatürk and Hist. of Revol. I

This course provides a general information of the events from the end of the 19. century until the end of the Turkish War of Independence and the signing of the Treaty of Lausanne in 1923.


TRH 102 Princ. of Atatürk and Hist. of Revol. II

With special reference to the Principals of Atatürk the course will examine the philosophy of the foundation and existence of the republican regime as well as the democratic developments in secular Turkey during the twentieth century and in the era of extending globalization.


TRK 101 Turkish I

Students will be taught how to use the written communication tools accurately and efficiently in this course. Various types of written statements will be examined through a critical point of view by doing exercises on understanding, telling, reading, and writing. Punctuation and spelling rules, which are basis of written statement, will be taught and accurate usage of these rules for efficient and strong expression will be provided.


TRK 102 Turkish II

Students will be taught how to use the written communication tools accurately and efficiently in this course. There will be exercises on understanding, telling, reading, and writing; types of speeches (panel, symposium, conference, etc.) will be introduced; the student will be equipped with information on using body language, accent and intonation, and presentation techniques.


HUK 217 The Art of Oratory and the Language of Defense

The course includes the basic principles of speaking, mental activity, language, voice, body language, development of technical skills, correct use of Turkish, rhetoric, elements of persuasion, language acrobatics, fears of speaking, self-confidence, content, analytical, questioning, problem solver, personal. and interactive elements.


HUK 219 Communication Techniques in Dialogue and Negotiation Management

The course contributes to the methods of dialogue and negotiation management and dispute resolution in the light of the basic principles of communication.


HUK 415 Trade Register Office Practices

The subject of this course is to teach the operation and structure of the trade registry, especially the execution of registry transactions in the example of limited companies.


LAW 231 Information Technologies Law

The content of this course is to give information about the concepts of access providers, data, big data, e-commerce platforms, based on legislation, case law, regulatory agency decisions, doctrine and literature regarding Turkey, the USA, the EU, the UK and Japan. This course also covers the concepts of cyber security and cybercrime that all internet users should pay attention.


LAW 321 Moot Court

In this course, students will experience preparing lawsuits and reply petitions regarding the dispute, and participating in the virtual court as plaintiff, defendant and judge/arbitrator.


LAW 323 Legal Aspects of FinTech, Digital Assets & Metaverse

The content of this course is Fintech; Legislation, jurisprudence, regulatory agency decisions, doctrine and literature on Turkey, USA, EU, UK and Japan, especially on metaverse and digital assets.The course also covers the advantages of disruptive technologies and topics related to Blockchain projects.


BA 221 Financial Accounting

This course is designed as an introductory accounting course in which the aim is to initiate the students in the use and preparation of financial statements. As aspiring managers, the students need to recognize the need for accounting principles, procedures, and financial statements in the decision-making process of companies. In doing so, the topics covered include the basic accounting principles, recording process, and tools to prepare and analysis of the financial statements.


HUK 200 History of Turkish Law

This course deals with the change and development process of the Turkish legal system in the axis of westernization since 1839, when the Tanzimat Ferman was issued.


HUK 210 Law of Foundations

In this course, notions related to law of foundations (foundation voucher, trustee, donations, types of foundations) and Law no. 5737 will be discussed. Law no. 6760 and regulations concerning foundations will also be addressed.


HUK 250 Sports Law

The course unit covers topics such as the concept of sports, basic concepts of sports law, sports jurisdiction and Court of Arbitration for Sports, influences of sports institutions of sports law, sports jurisdiction and the contribution of this branch of law to Lex Sportiva, free movement of Professional sports people and Bosman ruling, the fight against doping and WADA, sports sponsorship.


HUK 300 Law of Notaries

In this course, the qualification of the notary profession, the rights and powers of notaries; its obligations and responsibilities shall be examined in terms of its legal, criminal and disciplinary dimensions and its relations with the professional organization and its rights and obligations in this context shall also be evaluated.


HUK 310 Social Rights

To examine international and national law and legal practice in the light of social rights.


HUK 330 Criminal Tax Law

Tax crime and punishment is taught in the light of basic principles of criminal law


HUK 350 International Criminal Law

This course includes subjects such as ADHOC Criminal Courts (such as TPIY-ICTY), International Criminal Court, semi-international courts, criminal law applications within the UN System, extradition procedures, defendants and victim rights.


HUK 400 Law of Advocacy

This course deals with the legal regulations related to the profession of law, relations between lawyer and client, types of advocacy organizations, changes in profession, specialization, rights and obligations of lawyer, ethics / professional rules


HUK 412 Retail Law

General principles and some specific types of contract law, consumer protection law, commercial law, labor law and criminal law issues related with retail business.


HUK 420 Law of Criminal Execution

Main subjects of this course are the purpose and fundamental notions of criminal execution. Subjects as the nature, charecteristic and types of punishment, legal structure, system of criminal eecution institutions, loosening of criminal execution, preparations to release will constitute the course content.


HUK 450 Public Enforcement Law

Scope, types, qualifications collection procedure of public receivables. Judicial remedies against the collection transactions.


HUK 460 International Sale of Goods (CISG)

The Vienna Sales Convention entered into force in Turkey on August 1, 2011. In this course; the structure, principles and rules of the Vienna Sales Convention shall be introduced to the students and the following basic legal subjects shall be discussed: Interaction between the Vienna Sales Convention and the private international law, jurisdiction and domestic law, general provisions and application of the Convention, formation of the contract, rights and obligations of the parties, transfer damage and loss, legal actions that may be taken by the injured party in case of breach of obligations.


HUK 462 Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods

Alternative dispute resolution management, definition, traditional and modern dispute resolution systems, conciliation, mediation, arbitration, mixed systems, their usage in Turkey and other countries, comparing procedural law system in aspect of ADRM systems. ADRM in Turkish law, types of ADRM, draft ADRM law.


HUK 464 Energy Law

This course covers following topics: historical development of energy market, administrative structure of Energy Market Regulation Board and other regulative bodies, their legal framework, appeals againts decisions of these boards, Turkish energy law, energy contracts, energy production, tranfer, share, sell, competition law in energy law, international energy markets, international dispute resolution and taxation of energy.


HUK 466 Collective Labour Law

The content of this course is generally notions, rules and institutions related to collective labour law and social security law. Related to collective labour law: right to association, notion of syndicate, historical development process of trade unions in Turkey and internationally, nation and international sources of collective labour law, right to establish trade unions, foundation, association and functioning of employer, employee and public unions, labor negotiations, collective employment relationship, labour disputes, its rules and process, notions of strike and lock-out, its rules and legal process, collective bargaining, its legal characteristics and field of application. Related to social security law: right to social security, its content, principles, rules and organization of social security, notion of social insurance, types of social insurance, historical development of social insurance in Turkey and internationally.


HUK 467 Health Care Law

Legal rules and practice about healthcare law in the light of “right to health” in relation of “right to live”, comparatively in national and international law.


HUK 469 Information Technology (IT) Law

Concept and types of personal data and duty to keep secret, right to Access daatas, disposing informations under freem of speech, value of personal data, commercial use of personal data, protection of personal data and role of public and private instutitons, Turkish and EU legal frameworks will be covered during this course.


HUK 470 Environmental Law

Environment problems and development of environment law, principles and measures, right to join and application, principle of sustainability, international treaties, and provisions on environment law in constitution, responsibilities rising from environmental damages.


HUK 471 Criminology

The content of this course is the notion and historical development, role and importance, research methods of criminology, known and unknown crime and relevant basic concepts.


HUK 475 Intellectual Property Law

Protection of intellectual rights and conventions regarding intellectual rights, especially Bern Convention, WIPO, WTO, TRIPPs conventions, types of intellectual rights and propections.


HUK 476 Media Law

The course covers the issues in freedom of expression and communication, legal regulations on press, radio tv broadcasting, protection of privacy and reputation, legal regulations on advertising, trademarks and copyrights.


HUK 477 Law of Consumers

Definition of consumer, national and international sources governing protection of consumer, code nr. 4077 Law on Consumer Protection, consumer contracts, partial payment, consumer loans, time share, tours, campaigns, subscriptions, faulty products and services and legal responsibility, special rules concerning penalties, consumer instutitions, consumer courts are topics that will be covered during this course.


HUK 478 Gender Issues in Law

Constitutional equality principle and gender in terms of the reflection of our law, in accordance with international regulations in terms of gender equality in the evaluation of domestic law.


HUK 479 Banking Law

Historical background of banking law, sources of banking law, the importance and the role of central bank, legal regime of banks, their creation and operation, organs of bank, requirements for the safe operation of banks, supervision on banks, banking crimes, general features of banking contracts, notion and nature of deposit, notion of credit, credit transactions, credit contracts, payment transactions, bank card, credit card, transfer, letter of credit, purpose of letter of credit, its functioning and legal nature will be explained.


HUK 480 Forensic Medicine

Definition of forensic medicine, forensic procedure, forensic examination, human rights violation, loss of labour force, torture, child abuse, sexual crimes, family violence, medical malpractice, addiction, death, firearm wounds and accidents, crime scene investigation, massive deaths, poisoning, children and children rights and medical ethics will be covered during this course.


HUK 481 Zoning Law

The notions, principles, positive law and practices related to zoning law will be examined during this course.


HUK 482 Capital Market Law

Protection of intellectual rights and conventions regarding intellectual rights, especially Bern Convention, WIPO, WTO, TRIPPs conventions, types of intellectual rights and propections.


HUK 483 Recent Developments in Foreigners’ and Turkish Citizenship Law

Turkish citizenship law, foreigners and international protection law, direct foreign investments, work permits of foreigners, acquisition of real estate by foreigners.


HUK 484 Bankruptcy Liquidation and Impacts of Bankruptcy on Taxation

The taxation problems encountered in commercial law are explained by examples and the place and effect of tax law rules are shown in the solution of commercial disputes


HUK 486 Constitutional Adjudication

This course examines the adjudicative dimension of constitutional law from a comparative perspective. Constitutional review of the legislation, which is a sanction of constitutional rules, is the practical reflection of the theoretical constitutional law. It deals with the emergence of constitutional adjudication in the historical process, its development and types. The institutional and functional characteristics of the Turkish constitutional adjudication will be examined comparatively with other examples in the world.


HUK 487 Basic Concepts of Public Law

The course covers the common concepts and institutions used in different areas of public law such as constitution, administration, punishment and taxation. In this context, it is a course for the student to absorb the theoretical foundations of public law rather than the dogmatic content.


HUK 488 Law of Transport

The concept of transportation law and its scope. Types of transport; road, sea, waterway, airway, railway, pipelines. National and international sources of transportation law. The order of provisions applicable to the Transport Law. International transport of goods; concept, elements, documents used, documents proving the contract of carriage, sub-carriage and real carriage contracts, multiple carriage, parties of carriage agreements, third parties, transportation intermediaries, obligations of the parties, legal and dispute resolution disputes in transportation disputes.


HUK 489 Social Security Law

Social rights, social risks, social security; historical development, principles and dimensions, international and domestic sources of social security, Turkish social security system; social insurance, short term and long term social insurance types, unemployment insurance, wages guarantee fund, general health insurance, special cases, social security regulations related with private insurance, social aid and services.


HUK 490 Turkish Constitutional History

This course examines the historical origins and development of today's constitutional institutions and rules which are the product of certain historical conditions. In this context, the course is planned to transfer the experience provided by the history of Turkish constitutionalism by a scientific method and thus to complete the knowledge of positive constitutional law.


HUK 491 Tax Law Special Provisions

It is the course that teaches the material contents of taxes on income, wealth and consumption within the framework of legal regulations and jurisprudence.


HUK 492 Judicial Ethics

Concepts of judicial ethics lesson, ethics, public ethics and judicial ethics, the methods of analyzing and evaluating whether a behavior or action is ethical, the historical and philosophical foundations of the ethics of ethics, the universality of the principles of judicial ethics, national and international sources, the Supreme Court Judicial Ethics The structure and functioning of the Board, developments in judicial ethics in comparative law, how the principles of judicial ethics are interpreted and evaluated by the high courts in the domestic and foreign jurisdictions and in the case law of the European Court of Human Rights..


LAW 290 Law and Economics

Basic notions of economy will be explained. Property, tortious act, contract, crime and punishment and economic and legal analysis of the litigation and judicial procedures will be assessed. In this way an economic analysis of law will be reached.


LAW 309 Media Law

The course covers the issues in freedom of expression and communication, legal regulations on press, radio tv broadcasting, protection of privacy and reputation, legal regulations on advertising, trademarks and copyrights


LAW 310 European Union Competition Law

EU competition law, abuse of dominant position, horizontal and vertical restraints of competition, exclusive distribution, cartels, mergers


LAW 315 Occupational Health Occupational Injuries and Illnesses in Legal Terms

The subject matter of this course is the importance of the occupational health and safety law for protection of the life of the worker at workplace, and legal responsibility for occupational injury and illnesses.


LAW 320 Convention on International Sale of Goods

The Vienna Sales Convention entered into force in Turkey on August 1, 2011. In this course; the structure, principles and rules of the Vienna Sales Convention shall be introduced to the students and the following basic legal subjects shall be discussed: Interaction between the Vienna Sales Convention and the private international law, jurisdiction and domestic law, general provisions and application of the Convention, formation of the contract, rights and obligations of the parties, transfer damage and loss, legal actions that may be taken by the injured party in case of breach of obligations.


LAW 325 Health Law

The subject matter of this course is to examine the right to health within the scope of the duties of the social state, and the rights of patients and responsibilities of the healthcare professional and institutions about medical intervention in relation with the healthcare contract.


LAW 335 Energy Law

The following topics will be examined: Starting from the development process of EU energy markets, liberation process of Turkish energy market and administrative structure of Energy Regulatory Authority (EMRA), the functioning of the institution, and the legal nature of its decisions and remedies against its decisions and legislation of electricity, natural gas, oil, LNG and LPG markets, market models, market activities (generation/production; transmission, distribution, supply) besides market players, the application of competition rules to the energy market and the settlement of disputes in the energy market.


LAW 340 Capital Market Regulations

This course is structured in four parts (a) The first part deals with the structure and the functions of the financial system in general, in particular the functions of the capital markets and finally the objectives of and the instruments for their regulation (b) The second part is devoted to a short presentation of public international financial law, and in particular the international organisations and international fora dealing with capital market regulation.(c)The knowledge of the main principles developed by these international organizations and fora with regard to capital markets regulation is subject of the third part. (d)Finally, the fourth part deals with the main aspects of Turkish capital market regulation


LAW 345 The Convention For The Safeguarding Of The Intangible Cultural Heritage

The Subject matter of this course is the comparison of IP law and TK. Course content includes the definition of TK which is amongst the hottest issues in IP law, the protection of TK and the impracticability of protecting TK with the conventional IP tools. The course content also includes traditional cultural expressions, genetic resources, copyrights, patents, trademarks, designs, geographical indications, biodiversity, sui generis protection, indigenous people, culture, intangible culturel heritage, UNESCO, human rights and local communities.


LAW 350 Regulations for Banking and Other Financial Institutions

The economical aspect of basic notions concerning banks and other financial institutions, the functioning of central bank, the creation and functions of banks, collecting deposits, crediting transactions, risks, supervision by public authorities, the creation and functions of leasing, factoring and financial institutions, electronic financial transactions, international financial regulations, world economic crises and the latest developments will be taught.


LAW 355 Turkish Tax System

The main titles of this lesson is indicated briefly as follows; the basic concepts and principles of tax law, the development of the Turkish tax system, the detailed regulations of the main Turkish Tax Laws, the general lines of the Double Tax Treaties signed by Turkey, the comparison with the OECD Model Tax Convention and Turkish Tax treaties, and the application of tax treaties.


LAW 366 Comparative Public Law

The course covers the common concepts and institutions used in different areas of public law such as constitution, administration, punishment and taxation. In this context, it is a course for the student to absorb the theoretical foundations of public law rather than the dogmatic content.


LAW 404 International Procedure Law and Arbitration

The content of this course comprises; rules of international procedure law and especially basic principles of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms.


LAW 410 International Labour Law

Examination of Turkish Labour Law within the context of legislation and legal practice comparatively with International Labour Law..


LAW 444 Intellectual Property Law

The course starts with an introduction regarding the definition of IP law, its ambit, its relations with other areas of law, and basic concepts and principles prevailing this area. Based on this structure, all subcategories in IP law will be analysed respectively in each week. These are copyright, patent, trademark, geographical indications, and designs. Among these, the most comprehensive part is the copyright which will last until the midterms. The course will be taught at an international level under a curriculum reviewed and suggested by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO). The subjects which will be discussed within the scope of this course are general principles on IP Law, copyright, work, authorship, economic and moral rights of authors, copyright agreements, licence, infringing acts, related rights, patent, term of protection, inventor, invention, rights of patent owners, trademarks, rights of trademark owners, geographical indications, appellation of origins, traditional product, design, rights attributable to design owner, the Madrid System, the Hague System, the Lisbon System, the organization of WIPO, Bern Convention, Paris Convention, TRIPS, international agreements, registration systems, registration application, new varieties of plants, and traditional knowledge.


LAW 461 International Trade Terms and Documentation

The content of this course comprises international trade contracts, international trade terms in the framework of Incoterms 2020 and key documents of an international trade transaction.


LAW 462 The Law of International Payments

International systems and institutions will be evaluated , World Trade Organisation, sanctions and classification of international payments will be evaluated, the concept nominalizm will be evaluated.


LAW 463 Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods

The content of this course comprises alternative dispute resolution systems, conciliation, mediation, arbitration and main principles of arbitration.


LAW 464 International Monetary and Financial Law

Definiton, sources and parties of international monetary law will be explained. Basic principles of international economic system will be explained. The structure of Bretton Woods system, its development, the structure of International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank will be explained. Legal structure, institutions and the implementation of Eurozone Monetary System will be explained. World and Eurozone financial crises will be evaluated and recent internaitonal developments will be discussed.


LAW 465 Foreigners Law

Foreigners and international protection law, direct foreign investments, work permits f foreigners, Acquisition of real estate by foreigners.


LAW 472 International Humanitarian Law

Geneva Conventions together with its protocols are the major source of International Humanitarian Law today. The main focus of this course will be on the Geneva Conventions and other international treaties.