Institution Quraysh (“iQ”), sits as the overreaching canopy establishing the common elements within a holding company structure that allows for efficient multi-lateral connectivity between different highly specialised legal, research and policy businesses. It is the central hub to which everything connects.

iQ oversees all aspects of the business, ensuring full connectivity between distinct professional services and a wide spectrum of separate geographical locations.

Al-Azhar Dialogue; Arab Democracy Foundation; Arab Governance Project with the Dubai School of Government; Arab Philanthropy Initiative; Aspen Institute and the Institute of International Education; Brookings Institution; Hamad bin Khalifa University; Harvard Law School Association; Kingdom of Bahrain- Economic Development Board; Middle East Partnership Initiative; Mohamad bin Rashid Foundation (Gerhart Center); Northrop Grumman Corporation; Qatar Law Forum; QFC Civil and Commercial Court and Regulatory Tribunal; Red-Dead Project; Regionalism Project- Government of Singapore NUS; Saudi Arabia Economic Cities Initiative; Saudi Judicial Engagement Project; The Smithonian; Twitter Inc. and; UN Mission in Iraq – Constitutional Support.


The nexus of dynamics around the Rule of Law, economics and open, accountable politics needs particular study and concretization by the younger generations hoping to understand, and contribute to, policy change. Unprecedented legal, political and economic changes (and failures) around the world have had an impact on many aspects of global life.In special circumstances, iQ works with MBR Legal a separately established and managed law firm.


Innovation Platform for Global Change (“iPlatform”) is an independent initiative set up by iQ at the wake of the generational revolutions of the “Arab Spring” in 2011, which aims to help younger generations address the most pressing Rule of Law and political transitions challenges such as refugee, displacement and reconstruction plans– iPlatform was launched in collaboration with University College London (UCL) in November 2013. The initiative seeks to engage specifically with students, mainly graduate, and young thinkers, by utilizing technology and building on an existing network of top international reformers and leading scholars including lawyers, policy thinkers, governments and industry, from universities, think-tanks, government bodies, and international institutions who can empower and inspire thought leadership in students to address access to justice issues in the Middle East and other developing countries.