Joining the BOS London office in September 2023 as a paralegal, Serra primarily works on the Property team, assisting in commercial and residential transactions. With legal experience in Paris, Istanbul and London, Serra brings a unique multi-jurisdictional perspective to the team. Her prior work on high profile arbitration cases in the fields of construction and international business law has fostered a careful approach to both commercial and residential property transactions.

Serra’s attention to detail and methodical approach have made her an invaluable asset to the BOS team. Her rigorous work ethic and dedication to client relations ensure that matters are progressed efficiently.

Serra attained an LLB in Law with French at the University of Sussex, followed by a Masters Degree at the University of Law, achieving a First Class Honours. During university years, Serra was a student member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, attending conferences throughout to nurture her interest in dispute resolution. She is currently working towards an SQE Qualification concurrently with her work at BOS.

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