Cemre is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Leicester working on blockchain and smart contracts in online dispute resolution. She holds an LLM degree from Georgetown University in International Business and Economic Law with International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Certificate. She is a former Fulbright scholar, Vis Moot Alumni, and Young ICCA mentee. She had an experience at ICSID and UNIDROIT as an intern. She had worked at law firms in Istanbul, where she focused on commercial and investment disputes. She participated in the UNCITRAL Working Group IV sessions as an observer. She contributed to the Turkey chapter of ICCA's project titled "Does a Right to a Physical Hearing Exist in International Arbitration?". She co-edited and contributed to the book about fintech and law targeting the Turkish audience.
Cemre is a member of Istanbul and the New York State Bar. She contributes to the work of CyberArb, a multidisciplinary initiative to create awareness and practical guidance about cybersecurity and personal data protection issues in international arbitration.