Ally Law’s Istanbul member firm prepares a quarterly report to provide updates on recent developments in legislation and case law in Turkey.
Dündar Sır Law Firm
Dündar Sır Law Firm is a full-service law firm located in the heart of Istanbul’s business district. We provide a wide range of legal services in many sectors, from aviation and technology to leisure and infrastructure.
After years of experience as members of the litigation, corporate and projects teams at prestigious international law firms, our founding partners launched Dündar Sır Law Firm in 2012.
Over the following decade, our firm has grown to include more than 30 lawyers, over two dozen practice areas, and an ever-increasing base of sophisticated, market-leading business clients. Our lawyers have earned legal degrees from the most reputable law schools and possess high-level practical and professional experience as well as an excellent command of English. Similarly, our well-trained and experienced paralegals and professional staff help us provide excellent client service in every respect.
As Dündar Sır has grown, we have paid close attention to market, legal and regulatory conditions. This has enabled us to respond quickly to client needs and develop innovative solutions to rapidly emerging opportunities and challenges.
As a full-service law firm located in the heart of Istanbul’s business district, we represent domestic and international clients with interests and operations across Turkey. Among other engagements, we have represented clients from the Republic of Korea, the United States and elsewhere on international and cross-border transactions.
We have been deeply engaged in many high-profile, high-impact projects, including initiatives involving the Third Bosporus Bridge, Eurasia Tunnel, Yalıkavak Marina Renovation, Turkcell 6A Satellite, Turkcell 5G Radiolink, Sammos Software, Nigeria Osun State Osogbo East Bypass Dual Carriageway. Chambers and Partners has ranked our law firm and founding partner Selim Dündar in the Projects & Energy category for three consecutive years.