Research Profile

Talya Deibel


Talya joined the School of Law in the 2023 as senior postdoctoral researcher in the Law and the Inner Self project. Before joining UCC, Talya was an assistant professor in Roman law and comparative private law at Bilkent University Faculty of Law where she was the chair of legal history. She taught several classes on the foundations of European private law, Roman law and comparative law.

Talya received her LLM in law and economics (2012), and her PhD in private law (2018) at Bilkent University. She previously had several postdoctoral research and visiting positions including the University of Oxford IECL, Unidroit Institute, La Sapienza University Rome, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, and University of Amsterdam Amsterdam Center for Transformative Private Law (ACT).

Talya’s research combines private law, philosophy, and technology. She has developed an interdisciplinary research agenda that revitalises the study of classical and medieval Roman law and legal philosophy within the context of contemporary private law, political philosophy, STS, and applied fields that include digital technology, AI, global trade relations, the future of education, gender and ethics. She is particularly interested in the concept of good faith and its applications in the digital era.  

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