Cemre Bedir


  • Prof. Cobbenhagenlaan 221, Montesquieu Building, room M 327

    5037 DE Tilburg


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Course Coordinator and lecturer of GLB: Obligations and Contract Law I (second year, first semester)

Research interests

When consumers enter into contractual agreements with companies, such as Alphabet/Google and Facebook they often agree to terms that allow the use and processing of personal data. While that practice is to some extent regulated by privacy and data protection laws, and moderated through the concept of ‘consent’, consumers may from a contractual perspective be giving away more data than they should. My PhD project examines how contractual fairness can be safeguarded in contracts involving data. It examines whether specific contracts – such as medical contracts, contracts for services – could provide an instrument for safeguarding contractual fairness, drawing from a legal comparative study of English, German and Turkish law and the DCFR.

Education/Academic qualification

Law, Master’s Degree, Leiden University


Law, Master’s Degree, London School of Economics


Law, Bachelor’s Degree, Istanbul University



  • contract law
  • big data
  • data economy
  • contractual fairness