Attorney Nazlı Can, who graduated from Istanbul Bilgi University in 2003, later worked as a lawyer in the fields of penal law, commercial law, contracts law, competition law for five years in different offices.
At this time, while she was interested in technological issues, she started to turn to the field of aviation and space law. She established her own office in 2008. In the same year, she applied to the Istanbul Bar Association and established the Aviation and Space Law Commission.

Attorney Nazlı Can, who went to Leiden University in the Netherlands at the same time, because there was no opportunity to do a master’s degree in this field in Turkey; She successfully graduated from Leiden University’s master’s program on aviation and space law with her master’s thesis on aircraft accidents.
Later, she gave undergraduate and graduate courses in many institutions and organizations such as Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Aeronautics and Space Sciences, Istanbul Bar Association Internship Training Center, Air Force Academy Space Technologies Institute, Law Academy.

For the first time in Turkey, she legally evaluated issues such as space mining, positioning systems with satellites, space waste, the use of blockchain technology in the aviation industry, and the cyber security of aviation and space systems. Attorney Nazlı Can participate in the workshops of the United Nations Office of Space Affairs, cyber security in space, plane crashes, humanoid robots in space, military space activities, arbitration in aviation law, the legal infrastructure of remote sensing technology with satellites, space mining. , gave conferences and seminars on subjects such as the legal structure of GNSS, and also took part in the organizations of the International Space Technologies Conference for a long time, both as a member of the organizing committee and as a speaker. Attorney Nazlı Can, one of the founding members of the Turkish Space Mining Working Group, Space Technologies and Education Association, is also a member of the International Space Law Institute.