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Introduction to Law (3 Credits)
This course offers an introduction to the study of law and its principles. It provides a general outline of the types of matters regulated by current law.
Legal Writing (3 Credits)
The objective of this course is to impart not only technical knowledge such as the method of drafting legal papers, which is of fundamental importance to all students of law, but also the ability to think logically and from a legal perspective, which is also essential for the study of law.
Constitutional Law I (3 Credits)
This encompasses a general study of the theory of constitutional law, including such topics as civil rights, separation of powers, and the relationship between constitutionalism and democracy.
Property Law (3 Credits)
This course deals with restricted realty rights including the usufructuary right and the realty right granted by way of security. This course discusses the superficies, the servitude, the right to lease on a deposit basis, the right of retention, the pledge right, the mortgage, and other non-model types of realty rights granted by way of security.
General Principles of Criminal Law (3 Credits)
Criminal Law examines the fundamental concepts of crime and its consequences, i.e. punishment and measures for public safety. This course is designed to facilitate an understanding of crime and its legal consequences as constituted under Criminal law.
General Principles of Commercial Law (3 Credits)
This course proceeds to classify general commercial law into different kinds of commercial conduct, including concepts of commercial law, and the activities of businessmen and their enterprises. The major objective of this subject is to facilitate an overall understanding of business transactions by examining the concept of employees as human resources, the assignment of businesses, the system of commercial registration of firms, and problems relating to the place of business.
Specific Part of Obligation Law (3 Credits)
This course examines contractual obligations arising from the will of rights-holders. Topics will cover office management, unjust enrichment, and torts. Contracts and torts are crucial elements of current legal issues and thus are of particular importance.
Criminal Procedure (3 Credits)
Within the legal system of a nation, the law of criminal procedure governs the legal procedures which give effect to the nation's right to punish, based on criminality, the institution of prosecution, trial procedure, and the passing and enforcement of sentences. The object of this course is to increase the understanding of students in relation to the rights and obligations of the subject of criminal proceedings, and the constitutional and criminal procedural process involved both for the accused and the prosecution.
Securities Law (3 Credits)
This course examines the legal and intellectual basis of laws common to securities, focusing on the legal issue of checks and bills. This is because these instruments are not only the typical modes of current business transactions related to securities but also important means of credit and payment in economic life in general.
Administrative Law II (3 Credits)
This course consists of a detailed examination of administrative organizations and actions. The law of administrative organization includes topics such as the concept of administrative organization itself, administrative authority, the law of state administrative organization, and the law of local governance as well as the law regulating the conduct of public officials.
Legal Philosophy (3 Credits)
Issues examined by legal researchers and institutions essentially revolve around questions of justice, whether it be in a general or specific problem-solving sense. In this context, the question of the meaning and standard of justice may be said to be the fundamental topic of legal study. Legal philosophy is the subject that deals with such fundamental issues of law.
Labor Law (3 Credits)
The aim of this course is to work towards the achievement of humane standards of living for workers by bringing about substantial equality between labor and management. The course will thus focus on specific labor-related laws. It will concentrate on the basic structure of labor law, basic rights of workers, and the specific contents of the Labor Standards Law.
Advanced Course in Civil Law (3 Credits)
The Civil Code plays a great role in regulating the private lives of individuals. Thus, the study of its practical application is of major significance. The purpose of this course is to provide practical knowledge of civil law by examining the appropriate means of settling disputes that arise in everyday life.
Advanced Course in Administrative Law (3 Credits)
This course aims at highlighting the dynamic nature of administrative law by providing students with a practical, rather than superficial, understanding of the concepts and theories of administrative law through presentations, debates, and reviews of specific cases and various rulings.
Advanced Course in Commercial Law (3 Credits)
This course seeks to enhance students' ability to interpret and apply the principles of commercial law and to increase their ability to analyze various issues concerning corporations on the basis of the knowledge gained from previous courses such as General Principles of Commercial Law, Company Law, Law of Negotiable Instruments, Insurance Law, and Maritime Law. Accordingly, the course will concentrate on the examination of various cases concerning commercial law and endeavor to improve students' ability to identify and analyze contentious issues in commercial law.
Advanced Course in Economic Law (3 Credits)
This course will examine the practical functions and problems of economic law by focusing on specific cases concerning the main areas of economic law (i. e., Monopoly Regulation Law, Consumer Law, and fair trade law).
Advanced Course in International Law (2 Credits)
The Advanced Course in International Law Subjects deals with aspects of international law which lawyers, officials, and corporation employees face
General Principles of Civil Law (3 Credits)
This course deals with the principles that are commonly applicable to civil law in general. It provides the foundations not only for civil law but also for the study of law in general. Topics cover the significance of fundamental principles, rights, and obligations under civil law, the object and subject of such rights, and the causes of changes to these rights, particularly legal conduct.
Legal Writing (3 Credits)
The objective of this course is to impart not only technical knowledge such as the method of drafting legal papers, which is of fundamental importance to all students of law, but also the ability to think logically and from a legal perspective, which is also essential for the study of law. It focuses on knowledge of the law in general, which provides the foundation for the study of individual cases.
Administrative Law I (3 Credits)
This course examines the basic principles of administrative law and legislation. It can be divided into an introduction to administrative law, the law of administrative processes, and the effectiveness of administration as a means of guarantee.
Constitutional Law II (3 Credits)
The objective of this course is to improve students' understanding of governmental structure in terms of the regulatory provisions of the Constitution by examining topics such as the theoretical basis and system of governmental structure, compositive principles of government organs, forms of governmental structure, functions of the nation, and state sovereignty.
General Principles of Obligation Law (3 Credits)
The laws on contracts and torts are founded on the principle of the freedom to contract, which regulates the legal relationships among parties. This course will provide the fundamental knowledge commonly applicable to various credit relationships regulated by the law on obligations, through an examination of general issues extending over the entire spectrum of the credit relationship such as the object and effect of credit obligations, the assignment of obligations, the guarantee of debts, and the extinguishment of obligations.
Specific Part of Criminal Law (3 Credits)
The general theory of crime and punishment studied in the course Introduction to Criminal Law provides the basis for this course, whose object is to analyze various forms of crimes regulated under criminal law, i.e., to interpret and apply the individual constituent elements of these crimes.
Company Law (3 Credits)
Understanding of business organizations is undertaken, that covers forms of business organizations, procedures of formation of corporations, corporate privileges and power, roles of corporate management, rights of shareholders and creditors, and corporate consolidation, merger and reorganizations.
Advanced Course in Constitutional Law (3 Credits)
This subject aims at giving students who have already completed basic constitutional law options i.e., Constitutional Law 1 and 2 an opportunity to study in depth specific topics in this area. It mainly deals with concrete constitutional issues arising in our society provide students with useful information and ideas about how the constitutional norms and principles can be applied in practice. As well traditional legal interpretation is employed.
Family Law (3 Credits)
This subject examines the meaning and constitution of the family by focusing on the section of the Civil Code relating to domestic relations. It will introduce basic family relationships and cover such topics as marriage, the father-son relationship, and adoption. It also examines the system of succession to the head of the family.
Advanced Course in Criminal Law (3 Credits)
The purpose of this course is to enhance students' ability to interpret and apply the provisions of the Criminal Code by studying specific cases and rulings in criminal law in general.
Civil Procedure (3 Credits)
Civil Procedure concerns court procedure, which implement by force and by means of state authority the rights and obligations recognized under the substantial law of various fields such as civil law, commercial law, and intellectual property rights law. In addition, civil procedure also governs alternative dispute resolution. This course thus provides students with an understanding of the procedure for settlement in litigation when various rights and obligations, legal positions, and legal relationships studied in substantial law courses are challenged.
Insurance Law and Admiralty Law (3 Credits)
This course deals with the legal principles derived from the independent and peculiar characteristics of a study of the rationale and development of insurance laws. The study of Maritime Law and Insurance Law places emphasis on major issues.
Economic Law (3 Credits)
This course seeks to provide students with an understanding of economic law, which organizes, in a reasonable manner, market economies created by free and fair competition among market participants. The central objective of the course is to examine, from the perspective of economic law, the significance of laws concerning the regulation of monopolies and fair transactions and the process by which economic law has been formed into a single legal system.
International Law (2 Credits)
International Law considering the vertical extension and horizontal diversification of regulation by international law, this subject mainly deals with various basic theories and their practices in international law, such as introductory theory of international law, subjects of international law, sources of law, recognitions in international law, state succession, fundamental rights and obligations of states, jurisdiction, and territory.
International Trade Law (3 Credits)
This course seeks to provide students with a basic understanding of trade regulations and the legal resolution of trade disputes among nations on the basis of international economic norms centering on the GATT/WTO system. In concrete terms, the course will deal with the IMF, OECD, and other international economic organizations. In addition, it will examine issues regarding the relations between international trade laws and laws regarding investment, environment, and competition.
Criminology and Criminal Policy (3 Credits)
Criminal Policy based on the methodology used in behavioral sciences and criminology, this course focuses on the study of criminal acts to explore causes of crimes, and analyzes or investigates penalties; disposal of public security as measures for dealing with crimes.
Advanced Course in Labor Law (3 Credits)
The purpose of this course is to enhance students' practical knowledge of labor law by examining the major cases and the trends of rulings regarding actual labor- employer relationships in a changing industrial society.
Intellectual Property Law (3 Credits)
Designed to enhance students' ability to resolve various issues on patent law, utility law, trademark law, design protection law and any relevant IP regulations, this course provides students with full understanding of general principles and case laws.
Tax Law (2 Credits)
While the study of taxation law appropriates the results of studies in various related legal fields, it also deals with topics peculiar to the taxation system. In concrete terms, this course focuses on the fundamental principles regarding the creation, establishment, conclusion, revision, and extinction of taxation liability.