Damla Doğancalı

Damla Doğancalı: Attorney with ELIG Gurkaynak Attorneys-at-Law


Ms. Damla Doğancalı is a counsel in the M&A and Corporate Practice Group of ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law. She joined the firm in 2017 following more than 12 years of post-qualification experience as associate and then as counsel in the M&A, corporate, banking, finance and capital markets practice groups at reputable Turkish law firms. Ms. Doğancalı graduated from Galatasaray University in 2004 and has been a member of the Istanbul Bar since 2005. She is currently undertaking her LL.M. at Galatasaray University Faculty of Law. Ms. Doğancalı has extensive experience advising national and multinational clients in capital markets, banking, finance, M&A and corporate law matters. She is fluent in both English and French.

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+90 212 327 1724  Phone
Law School Attended:
Galatasaray University Faculty of Law, 2004
Year of First admission:
2005, Turkey
English and French

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Istanbul, Turkey

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