Turkish Law Blog
Yasemin (Y.) Ay is a partner with law firm De Vries & Kasem advocaten. This firm is dedicated to provide advice and expertise at the highest levels. “We are a cohesive team of lawyers intensely focused on solving our clients' most important problems. Doing so we are focused on achieving extraordinary results." Yasemins' personality reflects perfectly the main focus of the law firm De Vries Kasem advocaten. By taking not only the legal interest but also the personal and/or commercial interests of her clients into account, she will find “a road to Rome” for her clients.
Before Yasemin started her professional career she attended from 2002 up until 2006 Saxion College in Enschede, The Netherlands and graduated in Management, Economics and Law. She went on to study Dutch Law at the University of Utrecht from 2006 up until 2010.
During her Masters, Law and Enterprise, Yasemin was an intern for Nysingh Attorneys-at-law, located in Apeldoorn and the Holland van Gijzen branch office in Utrecht. However it was with the Holland van Gijzen branch office in Amsterdam that she wrote her thesis, titled: “Pension funds: obstruction to competition?”, and graduated accordingly.
During her time in college and university, Yasemin has gathered work experience in various fields. She encountered her first legal work experience as a legal aid with an office of notary. Furthermore she has been working for a law office in Arnhem, as well as a legal aid center in Utrecht and as a student-assistant at the Molengraaf Institute.