Badr Alarishi

Badr Alarishi Law firm

Jeddah KSA


Badr Alarishi is the Founding Partner at the Firm. He started his legal career as a trainee with Squire Sanders LLP in London UK, followed by further training with the most prominent law firms in Jeddah at the time Azzam Khorj. Ultimately he joined the dynamic legal department of a major Saudi Arabian contractor based in Jeddah where he learned the function of an in house legal counsel. His professional path with reputable firms and companies allowed him to be exposed to complicated and high profile international/national legal cases.

After such professional experience in completion to a successful education with a worldwide top law school in London UK, Mr. Alarishi took the decision set up his law firm Badr Alarishin in summer 2012.

At the Firm, he focuses his practice on matters relating to SAGIA, SAMA, and the PIF. Mr. Alarishi has particular expertise dealing with cross-border commercial transactions, including issues in mergers and acquisitions. He represents financial institutions and corporate clients in a wide variety of matters, including initial public offerings and other equity offerings; investment grade, high-yield and convertible debt offerings, leveraged acquisition finance; mergers and acquisitions.

Mr. Alarishi regularly advises company clients with respect to governance, public disclosure and other corporate matters. Mr. Alarishi has been recognized by his peers as an “Innovative attorney who is leveraging market changes to stand out with corporate counsel and deliver superior client service.”

Practice Focus

Mr. Alarishi assists Saudi and non-Saudi companies (both publicly traded and private) in their visions of growth and expansion in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He has extensive experience advising clients on corporate tax, employment law.

Professional associations and memberships

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Bar Association
Member of the Saudi Arabia Arbitration Committee


Jeddah Bar (2012)


Kent School of Law London UK (LL.M) (2010)
Kent School of Law London UK (LL.B)  (2008)


Arabic, English, French