Elif Aksoy's practice focuses on helping clients with antitrust matters, including M&A investigations, civil investigative demands, third-party subpoenas, and HSR filings. She has represented clients on antitrust matters in a variety of industries, including apparel, radio, cable TV, pharmacies, food, webcasting, public relations platforms, oil pipelines, and asphalt. She has experience on matters before the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission.
In law school Elif participated in George Mason's Supreme Court Clinic. Before and during law school she worked in economic and financial analysis positions at the International Monetary Fund, the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, and a trade association for global financial institutions.
Elif also maintains an active pro bono practice, including obtaining asylum for immigrants fleeing gang violence.
- George Mason University (J.D. magna cum laude 2016; Robert A. Levy Fellow; Articles Selection Editor, Journal of Law, Economics & Policy); American University (Ph.D. in Economics 2017; Graduate Fellow); Brown University (M.A. in Economics 2005; Graduate Fellow); Bogazici University (Istanbul, Turkey) (B.A. in Economics with high honors 2004)
- District of Columbia, New York, and U.S. Immigration Court
- Intern, Federal Trade Commission (Summer 2014)
- Turkish and German