Burcu Can

Burcu Can: Attorney with ELIG Gurkaynak [newline}Attorneys-at-Law

Biography

Ms. Burcu Can is a counsel at ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law. Burcu joined ELIG Gürkaynak in February 2018 following three years as an associate at the Brussels office of one of the top international law firms as a competition lawyer , after more than five years of work at the Turkish Competition Authority as a competition expert. During her years at the Turkish Competition Authority, Burcu took part in leading antitrust and merger cases concerning banking, finance, motor vehicle and transportation sectors, contributed to the preparation of secondary legislation for competition law and several International Competition Network projects. Burcu received an LL.M. degree from Harvard Law School in 2014 and a master’s degree in commercial law from Gazi University in 2013. She graduated from Ankara University, Faculty of Law in 2008. Burcu is a member of the New York Bar.

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Contact Information:
+90 212 327 1724  Phone
+90 212 327 1725  Fax
www.elig.com
Year of First admission:
2015
ISLN:
1000256420

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