AIGERIM SABIT BIKMAZ Turkey’s e-commerce market has seen record growth amid the pandemic. According to theTurkish Ministry of Commerce, by the end of 2020, the e-commerce market in Turkey increased by 65percent compared to the previous year, and the market volume reached 227 billion Turkish lira. The ecommerce market is expected to reach a record […]
Holds a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree with merit and honor, specializing in International civil law, from the Federal University Kazan, Russia. Additionally, she pursued a Ph.D. at the same university, further solidifying her academic credentials. Her quest for legal knowledge led her to the University of Leuven, Belgium, where she obtained an LL.M. with a focus on European law and Benelux law. Her research thesis in this program delved into IT, ICT, internet security, and law. Dr. Aliya Gabdulbar further enriched her academic portfolio as a Ph.D. Research fellow in Cybersecurity law at Universiteit Ghent in Belgium and earned certification in Patent law from EPO Munich, Germany. Currently, Dr. Gabdulbar is in the process of completing her Paris Bar exams and simultaneously pursuing a Ph.D. in French law at Sorbonne University, France, and Post-doctorate research in Austrian and German law remotely at Vienna University, Austria. She is a registered partner-legal counsel under the Madrid Bar of lawyers and Barcelona Association of lawyers.
She is also a linguistics expert, proficient in English, Spanish, German, Russian, and Tatar.
According to Art.20 of Communique on Implementation of Law of Turkish Citizenship enacted by Decision of Council of Ministers dated 11/2/2010 and numbered 2010/139, exceptional acquisition of Turkish citizenship by a decision of the President in the frame of Art.12/1/b of the Law on Turkish Citizenship No.5901 s possible for foreigners, who: