ÖMER TAHA ÖZKAN

EĞİTİM

1992 - 1999 Eskişehir Anadolu Lisesi
1999 - 2003 Ankara Üniversitesi, Hukuk Fakültesi
2004 - 2008 Ankara Üniversitesi, Kamu Hukuk Yüksek Lisans (Ders Aşaması tamamlandı)
2009 - 2010 Leicester University, İngiltere, LLM – İnsan Hakları, Yüksek Lisans

DENEYİM

2004 – 2006 İdari Yargı Hakimlik Stajı, Ankara
2006 - 2011 İdari Yargı, Vergi Mahkemesi Hakimi, Bursa
2011 - 2015 Avrupa İnsan Hakları Mahkemesi, Strasbourg/Fransa, Hukukçu
Halen Serbest Avukat

BURSLAR

Avrupa Birliği Jean Monnet Bursu: 2009-2010 Akademik Yılı

YABANCI DİL

İngilizce Profesyonel Seviye
Fransızca Le Test de Connaissance du Français (TCF): C1
Almanca Başlangıç Seviyesi

SEMİNER&SERTİFİKALAR

2013 Ofis yönetimi seminerleri (AİHM)
2014 İleri seviye İngilizce karar yazım sertifika programı (AİHM)
Yaşam hakkı, AİHS madde 2, Avrupa İnsan Hakları Mahkemesi
İşkence suçu, AİHS madde 3, Avrupa İnsan Hakları Mahkemesi
Özgürlük ve güvenlik hakkı, AİHS madde 5
Adil yargılanma hakkı, AİHS madde 6
Özel ve aile hayatına saygı hakkı, AİHS madde 8
Düşünce vicdan ve din özgürlüğü, AİHS madde 9
İfade özgürlüğü, AİHS madde 10
Toplantı ve dernek kurma özgürlüğü, AİHS madde 11

YAYIN VE ÇALIŞMALAR

  • Duty of Care Incumbent on the Contracting States with Regard to the Detention of Ill and Handicapped Persons Under the Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights, Ömer Taha ÖZKAN and Başar YILMAZ, Law and Justice Review, Year: 5, Issue: 9, December 2014.

  • Duty of Care Incumbent on the Contracting States with Regard to the Detention of Ill and Handicapped Persons Under the Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights, Ömer Taha ÖZKAN and Başar YILMAZ, Law and Justice Review, Year: 5, Issue: 9, December 2014.

  • The admissibility criteria for individual applications to the European Court of Human Rights with particular reference to the experience of Turkey (LW7240: Dissertation, Leicester University)

  • Concept of the immunity of the diplomatic bag, in particular why the practice of according it immunity arose and the extent to which it is immune from the jurisdiction of the receiving state. Is the current situation satisfactory? (LW7045: Diplomatic Law Essay, Leicester University)

  • Do the changes made by Protocol No 14 to the conditions of admissibility add to or diminish the protection offered by the Convention? Has the time come for a more radical re-thinking of the admissibility criteria? (LW7235: European Convention on Human Rights: Institutions, Procedures and Fundamental Rights Essay, Leicester University)

  • The European Court of Human Rights has held that freedom of expression is not only applicable “to information or ideas that are favourably received or regarded as inoffensive or as a matter of indifference but also to those that offend, shock or disturb”: Handyside v UK (1976) 1 EHRR 737. What ought to be the limits of permissible speech and expression in a pluralist western liberal democracy? (LW7078: Freedom of Expression Essay, Leicester University)

  • There is too much focus upon the European Court of Human Rights to the detriment of other European human rights mechanisms. (Global Protection of Human Rights I Essay, Leicester University)

  • As the case-law [on Article 14] develops, it becomes less easy to predict when a matter will be regarded as falling within the scope of the Convention, what constitutes relevantly similar situations, and when objective and reasonable justification can be established. There are cases where Contracting Parties seem to have an easy time in explaining the challenged measures, and others where they face an uphill struggle to escape condemnation under Article 14. (White and Ovey, 2010). (LW7240: European Convention on Human Rights: Convention Rights Essay, Leicester University)

  • To what extent is the Establishment of the Church of England consistent with the multi-faith nature of England and the rest of the United Kingdom in 2010? Give reasons for your answer. (LW7250: The State, Law and Religious Freedoms Essay, Leicester University)

  • To what extent is it desirable or necessary to achieve non-discrimination in the implementation of international human rights? How may this best be accomplished, bearing in mind the structure of international law? (LW7090: Global Protection of Human Rights II Essay, Leicester University)

  • Compare and contrast the structure and methodologies adopted by the European Court of Human Rights and by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights respectively. (LW7140: International Courts and Tribunals Essay, Leicester University)

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