Work Experience

  • Todate 2015

    Lecturer, Student Advisor

    International Law Program, Faculty of Law

  • 2011 2011

    Intern

    Diplomacy, Embassy of Latvia to the Netherlands

Education & Training

  • Ph.D. ..

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  • Master2015

    European Law

    University of Leiden

  • Bachelor2013

    International Law

    University of Groningen

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Teaching History

  • 2014 BAHAR

    EUROPEAN UNION LAW

  • 2015 GÜZ

    EUROPEAN UNION LAW

  • 2015 GÜZ

    EUROPEAN UNION LAW I

    The course aims to introduce students with the European Union, its evolution, institutions, founding principles and the areas of functioning. Apart from the historical development of the organization, it is essential to understand the relationship between EU and national dimensions. To achieve this aim, an introduction in the core institutional structures of the EU will be provided, inter alia, the European Commission, the European Council, the Council of the European Union and the Court of Justice of the European Union. This course shall enable students to: 1. Understand the historical evolution of the Union from legal, political and economic aspects; 2. Assess the constitutional value of various treaties throughout the historical evolution of the EU; 3. Distinguish between widening versus deepening of the Union; 4. Explain the membership criteria of the EU and apply the knowledge to different states; 5. Comprehend the institutional structure of the Union: which are the central institutions in EU’s decision-making, what is their role and mutual interrelatedness, and how they are related to member states; 6. Understand the role of the Court of Justice of the EU as the supranational judicial body of the EU; 7. Outline a number of areas of activity of the EU with a specific focus on internal market and monetary union; 8. Critically assess current policies of the EU from different perspectives and apply the knowledge acquired during the course.

  • 2016 GÜZ

    EUROPEAN UNION LAW I

    The course aims to introduce students with the European Union, its evolution, institutions, founding principles and the areas of functioning. Apart from the historical development of the organization, it is essential to understand the relationship between EU and national dimensions. To achieve this aim, an introduction in the core institutional structures of the EU will be provided, inter alia, the European Commission, the European Council, the Council of the European Union and the Court of Justice of the European Union. This course shall enable students to: 1. Understand the historical evolution of the Union from legal, political and economic aspects; 2. Assess the constitutional value of various treaties throughout the historical evolution of the EU; 3. Distinguish between widening versus deepening of the Union; 4. Explain the membership criteria of the EU and apply the knowledge to different states; 5. Comprehend the institutional structure of the Union: which are the central institutions in EU’s decision-making, what is their role and mutual interrelatedness, and how they are related to member states; 6. Understand the role of the Court of Justice of the EU as the supranational judicial body of the EU; 7. Outline a number of areas of activity of the EU with a specific focus on internal market and monetary union; 8. Critically assess current policies of the EU from different perspectives and apply the knowledge acquired during the course.

  • 2017 GÜZ

    EUROPEAN UNION LAW I

    The course aims to introduce students with the European Union, its evolution, institutions, founding principles and the areas of functioning. Apart from the historical development of the organization, it is essential to understand the relationship between EU and national dimensions. To achieve this aim, an introduction in the core institutional structures of the EU will be provided, inter alia, the European Commission, the European Council, the Council of the European Union and the Court of Justice of the European Union. This course shall enable students to: 1. Understand the historical evolution of the Union from legal, political and economic aspects; 2. Assess the constitutional value of various treaties throughout the historical evolution of the EU; 3. Distinguish between widening versus deepening of the Union; 4. Explain the membership criteria of the EU and apply the knowledge to different states; 5. Comprehend the institutional structure of the Union: which are the central institutions in EU’s decision-making, what is their role and mutual interrelatedness, and how they are related to member states; 6. Understand the role of the Court of Justice of the EU as the supranational judicial body of the EU; 7. Outline a number of areas of activity of the EU with a specific focus on internal market and monetary union; 8. Critically assess current policies of the EU from different perspectives and apply the knowledge acquired during the course.

  • 2018 GÜZ

    EUROPEAN UNION LAW I

    The course aims to introduce students with the European Union, its evolution, institutions, founding principles and the areas of functioning. Apart from the historical development of the organization, it is essential to understand the relationship between EU and national dimensions. To achieve this aim, an introduction in the core institutional structures of the EU will be provided, inter alia, the European Commission, the European Council, the Council of the European Union and the Court of Justice of the European Union. This course shall enable students to: 1. Understand the historical evolution of the Union from legal, political and economic aspects; 2. Assess the constitutional value of various treaties throughout the historical evolution of the EU; 3. Distinguish between widening versus deepening of the Union; 4. Explain the membership criteria of the EU and apply the knowledge to different states; 5. Comprehend the institutional structure of the Union: which are the central institutions in EU’s decision-making, what is their role and mutual interrelatedness, and how they are related to member states; 6. Understand the role of the Court of Justice of the EU as the supranational judicial body of the EU; 7. Outline a number of areas of activity of the EU with a specific focus on internal market and monetary union; 8. Critically assess current policies of the EU from different perspectives and apply the knowledge acquired during the course.

  • 2018 AKADEMİK YILI

    EUROPEAN UNION LAW II

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  • 2015 BAHAR

    EUROPEAN UNION LAW II

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  • 2016 BAHAR

    EUROPEAN UNION LAW II

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  • 2017 BAHAR

    EUROPEAN UNION LAW II

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  • 2018 BAHAR

    EUROPEAN UNION LAW II

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  • 2018 GÜZ

    EUROPEAN UNION LAW II

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