German and Turkish lawyers founded the “TDAV German Lawyers Association Turkey” on March 9th, 2012 in Istanbul. Belonging to the German Lawyers Association (Deutscher Anwaltverein) since April 16th, 2012 as the 255th local association, the “TDAV German Lawyers Association Turkey” is also registered in the Turkish register association.Due to legally incompatible expectations of DAV Headquarters, TDAV is thereof acting as a fully-independent association since 1st January 2017 in cooperation with international lawyers and organisations by contributing to the world of law.
Having further International investments require significant professional support and counseling. Therefore, an increasing number of lawyers from different countries are being located in Turkey today. Given the advancing progress of the globalization of the legal profession it is indispensable that national and international lawyers exchange their professional knowledge and experience beyond their own country borders. Making steps toward to the European stage constitutes a milestone on the way to international success and is also essential for every lawyer’s daily practice.
TDAV acts as a bridge between the local legal system and the international legal profession. The protection and promotion of professional and economic interests of the members are targeted as well as the exchange of information and experience among colleagues.
The implementation is guaranteed by the promotion of jurisdiction and legislation and advancing training of members and other interested parties. Adopting this system opens a new window into comprehensive and comparative perspective, which leads to enrich your career and discover your discounts.
TDAV is the central point of contact for those justice seeking companies and private persons who need special expert advice. As a central mediator the goal is to create the contact between the members to the public as well as to other colleagues and professional associations. Thus, the Association has an effective network of institutions in Turkey and Germany, international and professional organizations.