Lesson plan / ORGANIZATION OF THE JUDICIARY

Lesson Information

Course Credit 2.0
Course ECTS Credit 3.0
Teaching Language of Instruction Türkçe
Level of Course Associate's Degree, TYYÇ: Level 5, EQF-LLL: Level 5, QF-EHEA: Short Cycle
Type of Course Compulsory
Mode of Delivery Face-to-face
Does the course require compulsory or optional work experience? Z
Course Coordinator
Instructor (s) Assist. Prof. Dr. EVRİM KERMAN
Course Assistant

Purpose and Content

The aim of the course The aim of this course, the higher courts, judicial, administrative, judicial, military, criminal justice, military, judicial and administrative litigation in the courts of the general characteristics of the Turkish judicial system, the relations between the authorities and the trial judge who participates in it as a whole, to introduce staff.
Course Content Arms of the judiciary in Turkey, the differences between judicial branches, the organization and functions of the courts of first instance and the upper level with each other, relations, functions and powers of judgment, and the case of those types of activities will focus on Judicial Organization course topics.

Weekly Course Subjects

1Legal systems: Continental European Legal System, the Anglo-Saxon Legal System, Turkish Law System
2Judicial System: A-Judiciary and Judicial Concept of Organisation, Association of Judicial System b-, c-Judicial Separation System
3Handles the Judiciary in Turkey: a-Constitutional Jurisdiction, b-Duties and Powers of the Constitutional Court Establishment
4Compliance Forms of the Constitution: a-abstract norm control, b-concrete norm control, c-Individual Application, d-Decisions of the Constitutional Court
5Judicial Courts of First Instance: A-Law Courts (Magistrates 'Court, the Court of First Instance) b-Criminal Courts (Magistrates' Court, Criminal Court, Criminal Court)
6Specialized Judicial Courts: Consumer Court, the Commercial Courts, Juvenile Courts, Traffic Courts, Intellectual Property Law Law and Criminal Courts.
7Judicial Courts of the Upper Grade: A-Regional Courts of Appeal, the Supreme Court b-high court of apeal
8Administrative Law: a-First Instance Courts, Administrative and Tax Courts b-Top Grade Courts, the Regional Administrative Court, the Supreme Administrative Court
9Military Justice: a-Disciplinary Courts, Military Courts b-Military tribunal, c-Military Court of Appeals
10Judicial Officers: a-Independence of Judges, Judge Advocate Collateral b-, c-Supreme Council of Judges and Prosecutors
11Judicial Officers: a-Independence of Judges, Judge Advocate Collateral b-Guarantees to judge, c-Supreme Council of Judges and Prosecutors
12Types of Lawsuits: a-Civil Cases (Eda case, Fixing Case, Human Cases), b-Criminal Cases
13Types of Lawsuits: a-Administrative Litigation, (canceled Cases, Full Judicial Cases)
14General Information on International Judicial Bodies (International Court of Justice, the European Court of Justice, the International Criminal Court, the United Nations Human Rights Council, the European Court of Human Rights)

Resources

1-Kemal Gözler, Genel Hukuk Bilgisi, Bursa 2011
2-İsmail Aksel, Türk Yargı Teşkilatı, Ankara 2010
3-Kemal Gözler, Hukuka Giriş, Bursa, 2012.