N Cansin Karga Giritli
Analysis of the Relation Between Patent Hold-up and Standard Setting Organisations’ IPR Policies.
Cansin graduated from high school (TED College-Aliaga) where she studied with a full scholarship due to her national and international successes in sailing races and graduated in first place in 2005. She then entered the Law Faculty of Yeditepe University (Turkey) with a full scholarship from the Higher Education Board. During her LLB she spent one semester in the Netherlands, at the University of Utrecht (Erasmus programme). She obtained her LLB with distinction. Right after her graduation, in 2010, she obtained the Jean Monnet scholarship to study at Queen Mary, University of London. She studied Intellectual Property law during her LLM and graduated in 2011.
She is a qualified attorney in Turkey, a member of Istanbul Bar Association since 2012. Before joining the Law School, she worked in one of the leading law firms of Turkey for five years. During her practice, she mainly dealt with patent and trademark cases and represented multinational leading companies. She also worked on some projects related to information technologies and competition law.
Cansin is working towards being a qualified solicitor in England and Wales and she recently passed the first stage of the QLTS.
I am interested in all aspects of patent law and particularly the relation between patent law, Information and Communication Technologies and competition law.
My PhD thesis will focus on Standard Setting Organisations’ (SSO) licensing practices in terms of standard essential patents (SEP) and the relation between SEP owners and implementers. I will try to answer the question of whether a substantial reform of SSOs’ Intellectual Property Rights policies can eliminate (or at least minimise the risk of) patent holdup without prejudicing economic incentives and giving rise to antitrust concerns.
EU Law (Tutor for competition law 2018/19)
Advanced Competition Law Course (LLM) (gave two seminars, IP and Agreements and IP and Market Power, with Prof Furse 2018/19)
Competition Law (Lecturer 2017/18) (Glasgow Caledonian University)
Business Organisations (Tutor 2017/18)
Commercial Law (Tutor 2017/18)
IBA funding for the 4th Silicon Beach Conference (2019)
Travel funding of the University of Glasgow, School of Law (2018 and 2019)
John Buchanan Rankin Travel Scholarship (2018)
Winner of the 2017 IBA Intellectual Property, Communications and Technology Section scholarship
Jean Monnet scholar (LLM)
Full scholarship of Higher Education Board (Turkey) (LLB)
Full scholarship of TED (Turkish Education Association) (High school)
'Notes from the International Bar Association 2017 Sydney annual conference', University of Glasgow School of Law Blog: http://schooloflaw.academicblogs.co.uk/2017/11/13/notes-from-the-intellectual-bar-association-2017-sydney-annual-conference/
IBA 4th Silicon Beach Conference, Co-chair Los Angeles USA
Co-chair of the roundtable on Social media advertising and data analytics
EPIP Annual Conference, Speaker Berlin Germany
Presented the article, ‘Balancing Interests in the EU Data Ecosystem’
EPIP (since 2018)
SLS (since 2018)
IBA (Technology Law Committee and Academic and Professional Development Committee) (since 2017)
AIPPI Turkey (since 2015)
Istanbul Bar Association (since 2012)
Queen Mary, University of London Alumni Association (since 2011)
Jean Monnet Scholars Association (since 2011)
Basic Training Course on European Patent Law 2014/2015&2015/2016 organised by the Director General of the Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) of Université de Strasbourg (2014-2016) (Turkey)
LES 100: Commercializing Technology through the Power of IP&Licensing organised by LES Turkey (2013) (Turkey)
Certificate programmes attended
International Organisations and Transnational Trade Law at the University of Deusto (2012) (Spain)
Introduction to US Law at the American University Washington College of Law (2006) (USA)