She graduated from Bahçeşehir University Faculty of Law. She completed her master’s degree in International Energy Law and Regulation at City, University of London. She won The City Law School Prize in Energy, Sustainability and Security and The City Law School Prize in Low Carbon Energy. Tuğçe Ergüden, who wrote her master’s thesis on the extent to which the Energy Charter Agreement provides the investor states with environmental protection, graduated with high honor. At the same time, she publishes her articles on environmental and energy law in Turkish and English in various magazines, and since 2019 she has been working as a law editor in the London-based China Europe Commercial Collaboration magazine on maritime and commercial law. She is currently working as a lawyer in a well-known law firm in the field of energy law in Turkey.
Arbitrator of the ICAC under the European Arbitration Chamber; Executive Secretary, Energy Disputes Arbitration Center (Ankara, Turkey).