Özge Özsoy was born in Izmir in 1976. She completed her secondary and high school education in American Collegiate Institute of Izmir and graduated in 1998 from the Law Faculty of Ankara University. Having been awarded with a tuition fee scholarship of the University of Leicester in 1999, she conducted her master's study at the University of Leicester in the UK and received an LL.M. degree in European and International Trade Law from this university in 2001 with her dissertation on "Breach of Confidence of an Employee." In 2004, She started her PhD studies at the Law discipline of the EU and International Economic Relations Department of the Social Sciences Institute at Ankara University. She delivered part-time courses on "Translation of Texts on Law and International Affairs" and "Translation of EU Texts" at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at the English Translation and Interpretation Department of Atılım University in 2009, 2010 and 2011. With her thesis entitled "Community Trademark", she was awarded with a PhD degree in EU Law from Ankara University in 2010. Having delivered undergraduate and postgraduate courses as a full-time instructor between September 2011 and February 2017 at the English Translation and Interpretation Department of Atılım University, Özge Özsoy has been working at Izmir University of Economics as an assistant professor since February 2017 and has international and national articles and published translations, in particular in the field of intellectual and industrial property rights.