Qualifications and Learning Outcomes



  1. To train individuals who are experts on legislation at both national and international levels, who are able to resolve problems, combine the practical skills with academic vision and are fit to work in both public and private sectors in their respective countries and internationally.
  2. To train lawyers who cherish the culture of law, have a strong sense of justice and ethical values, consider human rights a value and those who embrace their social responsibility.
  3. To maintain a legal education that is student-oriented and does not neglect the practical aspect. Emphasis is put on case studies and moot-courts both in student clubs and in cooperation with judicial bodies.
  4. To train jurists who are open to innovation, actively follow advancements in social relations and who are able to harmonize national legislation with international law.
  5. To train lawyers who are capable of actively using at least one foreign language and information technologies in communication with their colleagues in every part of the world.
  6. To train academics who are well prepared and able to give a contribution to the improvement of legal sciences.


  1. Being well-informed of the recent legislation in all legal fields, judgments of the judicial organs and related legal scholars’ work.
  2. Evaluation of recent developments in law both in theoretical and practical context.
  3. Knowing concepts and institutes of various legal disciplines and understanding the relationships between them.
  4. Examination, comments and evaluation of legislation, judicial decisions and scientific resources by utilizing legal methodology with a critical approach in the light of gained knowledge and skills.
  5. Taking responsibility both as an individual and as a team member in creating solutions to legal problems when it comes to application of law, with reference to legislative texts, judicial decisions and scientific resources.
  6. Gaining the necessary skills to express one’s ideas and solutions on a specific topic in law by exchanging information with other people and institutions.
  7. Being open to a lifelong education by improving one’s self-criticism talent.
  8. Follow-up of legal developments on the universal basis and communication with other colleagues by using English language professionally.
  9. Possession of the sense of justice and moral values necessary to be a complete lawyer.
  10. Work towards accomplishing legal order based on human rights and the rule of law.