Nasser Alrubayyi


Nasser is a partner and qualified lawyer whose practice involves representing clients in complex litigation and commercial arbitration cases.

He has acted as counsel representing and defending international as well as domestic corporations in a wide assortment of litigation and arbitration cases in the construction, telecommunications, securities, employment, insurance, and real estate sectors.

Nasser is one of the first lawyers to argue cases before the newly established Administrative Supreme Court. He also sits as arbitrator in commercial cases.

Nasser has been recently appointed as advisor to the Saudi Ministry of Justice in relation to the reform of the Saudi judicial system.

Nasser holds a Bachelor degree in Islamic Law from Al-Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University and a Masters degree in Dispute Resolution from the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine School of Law (ranked number one by U.S News & World Report for 13 years).

Before joining the firm, Nasser was trained at the International Court of Arbitration (ICC) in France and JAMS in the United States.

Nasser is known amongst his peers for being one of the leading litigators in Saudi Arabia, having personally argued over 170 cases.

Legal 500 named Nasser the only Next Generation Lawyer for Dispute Resolution for 2019 in Saudi Arabia and Next Generation Partner in the 2020 publication.

Chambers Global ranked him Up and Coming for the year 2020 and noted that he is “a high-calibre practitioner”.