Pınar has been working as a qualified lawyer admitted to Istanbul Bar as of 2008. She has joined Inal Law Office and working there as an associate lawyer since 2011.
She has obtained her law degree from Bilkent University Law Faculty in 2006 and then had her master’s degree in Leiden University as Advanced LL.M. in European Business Law with a thesis on “Copyright Aspects of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) File Sharing, where she attended as a Jean Monnet Scholar granted by Turkish Secretariat General for EU Affairs. Currently, she is a PhD candidate in civil law focusing on corporate groups in Istanbul Bilgi University and a visiting research student in Queen Mary University of London.
Her practice mainly focuses on mergers and acquisitions, corporate groups, commercial and corporate law, corporate governance, project finance, contracts, secured loan transactions, shipping and ship finance, energy and competition law.
Her publications include “The Role of Corporate Social Responsibility in Corporate Accountability of Multinationals: Is It Ever Enough Without ‘Hard Law’?”, European Company Law Journal 15, no. 4, 2018, Kluwer Law International, pp. 118-125; as co-author “Notification Requirement Introduced by Article 198 of the New Turkish Commercial Code” International M&A and Joint Ventures Committee Newsletter, ABA Section of International Law, October 2013; “Turkish Competition Board Revised Turnover Thresholds In Merger Control Notification” International M&A and Joint Ventures Committee Newsletter, ABA Section of International Law, March 2013; as co-author “Suggestions and Observations for the Completion of the First Phase of Evolution of Turkish Internet Legislation and Practice” – presented at Izmir International IT Law Congress (not published).