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Rayhan Asat

Rayhan Asat

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Rayhan Asat is an International Specialist in Hughes Hubbard?s Washington, D.C. office. Rayhan works primarily with the Anti-Corruption & Internal Investigations practice group. She assists with anti-corruption internal investigations, compliance audits, business partner reviews, and other due diligence efforts.  Rayhan has extensive experience in Central Asia, Canada, Turkey, and China. While at Harvard Law School, Rayhan became a teaching fellow and partnered with a leading Harvard Business School professor to teach a course on emerging markets. Prior to Hughes Hubbard, Rayhan worked in the Istanbul office of an international law firm, where she assisted with construction disputes, including construction arbitration matters. Before that, Rayhan worked in a leading business law firm in Istanbul, where she assisted with dispute resolution, as well as corporate and nuclear energy matters, involving negotiations with the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources. She is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School of York University and Harvard Law School. Rayhan is President and founder of the newly formed American Turkic International Lawyers Association ("ATILA.")