Prof. Dr. Bayram KESKIN

Prof. Dr. Bayram KESKIN



Professor Dr. Bayram Keskin was born in 1972 and graduated from Ankara University Law Faculty and completed doctorate in the same university. He worked at Gazi University Law Faculty, Council of Higher Education, Presidency of Defence Industries, AFAD and Ministry of Environment and Urbanisation respectively. Now, he is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law at Kocaeli University (administrative law department). His areas of expertise are: administrative law, administrative judgment law, zoning law, environmental law, civil servant law, defence legislation, human rights.


  • University of Kocaeli, Administrative law, Professor, 2020.
  • Inter-university Board, Administrative law, Associate Professor, 2014.
  • Ankara university, Institute of Social Sciences (Administrative Law) PhD, 2006.
  • Kirikkale University, Social Sciences Institute, Masters, 1999.
  • Ankara university, Faculty of Law, Bachelors, 1995.

Professional Experience

  • Member of the Law Commission, YÖK Equivalency Commission , 2020-Present.
  • Consultant, Ministry of Health-Turkish Health Institutes Presidency (TÜSEB), 2020-Present.
  • Dean, Faculty of Law, Kocaeli University, 2020-Present.
  • Administrative Law Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Kocaeli University, 2018-Present.
  • Expert, Environment and urban ministry, 2016-2018.
  • Legal Counsel, Environment and urban ministry, 2012-2016.
  • Legal Counsel, Prime Ministry AFAD, 2009-2012.
  • Expert, Defence Industry Underst, 2001-2009.
  • Lawyer, YÖK Presidency, 2001.
  • Research Assistant, Faculty of Law, Gazi University, 1998-2001.


Administrative Law90%
Administrative Judgment Law90%
Zoning Law90%
Environmental Law90%
Civil Servant Law90%
Defence Legislation90%
Human Rights90%
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