Feyza İrem AVCU
Feyza İrem Avcu got the Department of Industrial Engineering at Üsküdar University in 2015, and she successfully completed a one-year English preparatory education and was entitled to receive a B2 level English certificate. She worked as a Customer Relations Representative at Deniz CRM Call Center for a total of six months in the summer months of 2017 and 2018. She completed her compulsory engineering internship in the Quality Assurance department at CarrefourSA Headquarters. He worked as a freelancer at Contentler.com and produced content for various newspapers, magazines and websites. During his university years, he served as a Member of the Board of the Photography Club for two years, and then for two years as a Member of the Board of Directors and president for six months at the Industry and Leadership Club, one of the biggest clubs in the school. During his tenure with the club, she led many major seminars, training and other events. She has been working as a part time Category Assistant at Cimri.com since February 2019. She has advanced office programs and Microsoft Dynamics CRM, intermediate level of AutoCAD and SAP knowledge. She speaks German and Spanish at the beginner level and English at the advanced level.
With our reliable, accountable and transparent perspective, we provide a service that our clients can reach 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We are aware of the difficulties of living and doing business in a country where you are unfamiliar with its language, culture and people. For this reason, we want to be with you every step of the way in Turkey, and help you grow your business in a legal and safe manner. Our law firm is able to advise clients in Turkish and English and we can prepare all required correspondence and legal documentation in these languages.
Molierac, who is one of the masters of the legal profession definies lawyers as “While performing our duties, we adhere to nobody; not to the client, not to the judge and nor to the government. We do not claim that there are people below our level. However, we do not recognize a hierarchical seniority either. There is no difference between the one who is the most junior and the one who is the most senior or the one with a reputable name. The lawyers did not have any slaves; but did not have any owners either.”