Ekrem Buğra Ekinci

Ekrem Buğra Ekinci (1966 - ) is a Turkish academic. He is a professor of the history of Turkish Law and Islamic Law. He is currently a member of the Faculty of Law of Marmara University.

Ekrem Buğra Ekinci was graduated from the Faculty of Law of Ankara University in 1987. He completed his lawyer apprenticeship in 1988 and gained a master of laws degree in 1991. In 1996 he gained a degree of doctor of laws (Ph.D) in the Faculty of Law of Istanbul University. In 1999, Dr. Ekinci became an associate professor of history of law by his dissertation on Ottoman courts. In 2005, he was appointed as a full professor.

Dr. Ekinci was a researcher in the University of Jordan in Amman between 1992 and 1993. He worked at faculties of law in Ankara and Erzincan. He speaks English and Arabic.

His books (in Turkish)

*Ateş İstidâsı-İslâm-Osmanlı Hukukunda Mahkeme Kararlarının Kontrolü (Appealing Islamic-Ottoman Judgements), Filiz Kitabevi, İstanbul 2001, XVI+293 s.
*İslâm Hukuku ve Önceki Şeriatler (Islamic Law and Previous Canon Laws), Arı Sanat Yayınevi, İstanbul 2003, 336 s.
*Osmanlı Mahkemeleri (Ottoman Courts), Arı Sanat Yayınevi, İstanbul 2004, 383 s.
*İslâm Hukukunda Değişmenin Sınırı (The limit of Changing in Islamic Law), Arı Sanat Yayınevi, İstanbul 2005, 152 s.
*İslâm Hukuku (Islamic Law), Arı Sanat Yayınevi, İstanbul 2006, 216 s.
*İslâm Hukuku Tarihi (A History of Islamic Law), Arı Sanat Yayınevi, İstanbul 2006, 296 s.
*Karakoç Serkiz-Külliyât-ı Kavânîn Fihrist-i Târihî, Mehmet Akif Aydın, Mehmet Akman, Fethi Gedikli ve Macit Kenanoğlu ile beraber. 2 Cild. Türk Tarih Kurumu, Ankara 2006. 1. cild: XII+584 sayfa; 2. cild: 1022 sayfa.
*Ahmed Cevdet Paşa ve Mecelle (Ahmed Cevdet Pasha and Mejelle), Ahmet Şimşirgil ile beraber, KTB Yayınları, İstanbul 2008, 176 s.


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