Karmen Turk became a partner of Triniti Estonia law firm


The rows of Triniti law firm partners were complemented with an attorney-at-law Karmen Turk, who has advised on many significant media and intellectual property related court proceedings.

“Karmen is an outstanding lawyer with impressive experience to show. She has personality of making her a top player, who is trusted and admired. She is a new generation lawyer with perceptible domestic as well as international reach and I am extremely pleased to welcome Karmen to our group of partners,” said Villu Otsman, managing partner at Triniti.

Turk has for example successfully represented Äripäev in their dispute against the city of Tallinn and LHV, Delfi in the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights and Viasat in a dispute on royalties. In 2012 she was the initiator of the ACTA public discussion and was nominated the “Person of the Year” by the Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications.


Attorney-at-law Karmen Turk joined the Triniti law firm in 2009. She is leading the intellectual property, media and human rights practice group. As a partner, Triniti expects Turk with her very innovative nature to come up with new ideas in legal assistance.

Turk is a doctoral student at the University of Tartu, and since 2014, has worked at the University of Tartu as a visiting lecturer on intellectual property and human rights. On an international level she is involved in the work of the European Council and European Union in the field of freedom of the internet and media as an expert and member of committees.

Triniti is a pan-Baltic law firm focused on providing legal advice to entrepreneurs, with branch offices in Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius. The firm brings together experienced lawyers who service clients in eight working languages altogether. The activities of Triniti law firm include advising on complicated acquisition transactions and resolving precedent-setting disputes.

The achievements of Triniti law office include advising on the rebirth of Estonian aviation, launching the state cloud, establishing the Rail Baltic joint venture, representing Delfi in the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights, representing Jill Greenberg versus the Estonian Centre Party, representing the Estonian Bar Association in court litigation and a lot more.