Nasreen has been at the forefront of legal innovation and societal development in KSA. She is a pioneer in supporting women’s rights. She founded and developed KnowYourRights, a leading and unique mobile application in KSA, aimed at empowering Saudi women, and helping them understand their rights, so they can protect themselves against problems that could befall them owing to ignorance of the law. The application is the first of its kind in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and worldwide.

Prior to starting her own law firm, Nasreen worked as an attorney at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP in association with The Law Firm of Salah Al-Hejailan for five years.

Nasreen is extensively experienced in corporate and commercial law, intellectual property, and information technology. She also provides a variety of advice to tech businesses and startups.

She personally has been recognized for her achievements by winning the best female lawyer of the year 2022 by Arabian Business KSA Women Excellence award woman of the year.

In 2019, Google flew its team to Saudi Arabia to make a documentary about Nasreen Alissa’s journey and her application https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruKP0YcSHfQ

Google also made a separate documentary about the stories of six inspiring Middle Eastern women (Nasreen among them), using technology to reach their goals and empowering others to do the same. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOAKyU3PTcs

Nasreen Alissa got mentioned in 6 Saudi Women Who Deserve to Be Noticed. Get to know a little more about Nasreen Alissa Law Firm.
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As one of the few female founders and managing partners of law firms in KSA, she is at the forefront of legal innovation and societal development in KSA.
Nasreen Alissa had the honor of getting mentioned in the list of 23 marvelous Saudi Arabian women in 23 trades varying from music, sports, design, law & entrepreneurship.
JEDDAH: The ?Know Your Rights? app for Saudi women has turned out to be a big hit with more than 20,000 people browsing it, following its launch two weeks ago by Saudi lawyer Nisreen Al-Issa.The app can be downloaded on iPhone or Android phones, and helps women on how to file a lawsuit.
A female lawyer in the desert kingdom create a free app to help women look out for their own rights.

Since 1972, Al-Sharkiah (the oriental) has been the leading monthly pan arab women’s magazine.
It was founded by Samira Khashoggi, the first Saudi female publisher and columnist; a dynamic, pioneering, and highly respected thinker.
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