Starting from the day we earned the right of advocacy, it has been our priority principle not to take any case which would be contrary to the meaning of the word “justice”. We’ve been always proud to verbalize this statement.
A lawyer is always independent of any political, judicial and administrative body. Lawyers, who are the aids of justice, must act on this principle and avoid any action that would harm the independence. Our office also attaches the utmost importance to protecting the independence, which is among its basic principles, by rejecting the case at the very beginning when necessary.
Confidentiality is the foundation of a mutual trust relationship between the attorney and the client. Every information regarding the case has to be kept secret and this obligation has to continue after the process. The obligation to keep secrecy covers exemption from testifying against the client.
Informing our clients about every step of the way and providing a copy of all documents of the case upon request is essential for our principle of transparency.
Equal treatment is a term representing our conscientious responsibility of following every case we accept with the same care.
Reconciliation is the option that we prioritize among all solutions. Our most humane and most successful way to solve problems is to become mediators before becoming advocates and meeting with the opposing party in order to come up with a solution, in accordance with the demands of our clients.