Lawyers Emire Özeyranlı

Emire Özeyranlı

Emire Özeyranlı

CBC Law Firm

Emire collaborates closely with senior team members on article writing and conducting initial inquiries for clients and lawyers. Furthermore, she is able to supervise client interactions and compose petitions.

Emire demonstrates a strong curiosity across multiple legal disciplines, such as competition law, ethics & compliance, corporate & commercial law, data protection & privacy law, and private international law. Her commitment to professional development is evident through a series of certificates she has earned, showcasing her dedication to expanding her legal knowledge and skills.

These certificates, obtained through various programs and seminars, cover a wide range of legal topics, reflecting Emire's ongoing pursuit of excellence in her legal career and her desire to stay informed about the latest developments in the field. These topics include areas such as human rights, legal reforms, and societal issues, which enrich her expertise in the legal domain.

Practice Areas & Work Department

Competition Law,

Ethics & Compliance,

Corporate & Commercial,

Data Protection & Privacy,

Private International Law


Bahçeşehir University, LL.B. 2023




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Unveiling the Shades of Integrity: 2023 Corruption Perceptions Index is Revealed

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