Administrative Law

All actions of administration are subjected to the principle of state of law and subjected to judiciary in democratic states of law. Turkish Constitutional Court defines "the state of law" as a state "... which is respectful for human rights, protects these rights, establishes a law order complying with justice and equality in social life and considers itself as liable to execute this order, complies with legal rules and Constitution in all its actions, and procedures and actions of which are subjected to judicial control..."1 in a resolution. Therefore, administration, indeed all kinds of executive bodies, institutions or persons may be held accountable for their procedures and actions.

Our office provides services to achieve resolution in any legal problem resulted from the administrative law, caused by all kinds of unjust and unlawful procedures and actions of the administration.