Assoc. Dr. Abdurrahman SAVAŞ

Board Member

He was born in Konya in 1972. He completed his primary, secondary, and high school education in Istanbul. He graduated from Istanbul University, Faculty of Law in 1994. He completed his law internship in 1995. In 1998, he started to work as an assistant in the Roman Law Department at Selçuk University, Faculty of Law. The same year, he completed his master's degree with a thesis called "Agency Contract in Roman and Turkish Laws", and his PhD dissertation "Contracts Made on the Internet and Their Legal Consequences" in 2005. In 2006, he became a lecturer at Selçuk University Faculty of Law, Roman Law Department, and after a while, he became the head of the department. In 2010, he was appointed as the Deputy Director of Selçuk University, Faculty of Law, Justice Vocational School. In 2011, he conducted Roman Law courses at Istanbul University, Faculty of Law. In 2012, he started to work as the Head of the Roman Law Department at Istanbul University, Faculty of Law. In 2014, he was appointed as the Deputy Director of Istanbul University, Faculty of Law, Justice Vocational School. He has works in the fields of Roman Law, Information Technology Law, Civil Law, and Islamic Law.

The Invalidity of Marriage in Islamic and Turkish Law, A Comparative Study on Hittite Roman Islamic and Jewish Laws, Obligations of Parties in Internet Banking, Electronic Testament, and Neighbourhood Law from History to Present are some of his other works.

Abdurrahman Savaş, who speaks English, German and Arabic, is married and has three children.