Nurul Huda graduated with a Bachelor of Laws in 1995 and Bachelor of Laws (Shariah) in 1996 from the International Islamic University Malaysia. She was called to the Malaysian Bar on 1st August 1997.

In October, 2006, Nurul Huda joined the Firm as a Senior Associate and she was then elevated as a Partner of the Firm in October, 2008.

Nurul Huda’s current field of practice is in Conveyancing and Banking with special focus in Islamic Financing including but not limited to Islamic consumer, commercial and corporate banking and Islamic finance product development.

Being trained in Shariah as well as common law, she has advised Islamic Financial institutions seeking her expertise to structure and prepare documentation for Islamic financing matters including project financing, trade financing, business financing, consumer credit financing, rescheduling, restructuring and rehabilitation of credit facilities and security arrangements and financing required by corporations for various purposes including bridging financing and end financing for property development as well as re-financing.

She has acted and advised on numerous property-related transactions including residential, commercial and retail property projects, sale and purchase of properties of various types in the secondary market involving both individuals and corporations and acquisition of properties disposed in auctions and private treaty and attributed to the preparation of banking instruments and  documentation relating to property and real estate transactions. She is also very familiar with the requirements and the documentation for housing loans approved by the Government of Malaysia.