|Born||1963 (age 54–55)
|Alma mater||Ankara University, Law School|
At the age of thirteen, she lost her eyesight in a car accident with her family, at which her mother was killed.
She was educated in the Faculty of Law at Ankara University, and graduated earning a bachelor's degree in 1984. In 1995, Yazıcı completed her postgraduate studies at the same university, and obtained the title Doctor of law.
In 1998, Yazıcı was appointed professor of Constitutional Law in the Faculty of Law at Istanbul Bilgi University, where she served until 2012. Currently, she is a faculty member at Istanbul Şehir University.
She has been critical of the constitution drafted after the 1980 Turkish coup d'état, saying "In the Turkish judicial system, the number of rulings that were based on the principle of objectivity would most likely be in the minority".
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