She a master's degree in public law from the Arab East Faculties of Postgraduate Studies in 2017. Her Master's thesis was entitled "The Legal Regulation of Renewable Energy and its Effect on Encouraging Investments in Saudi Arabia" and a Bachelor's degree in Law from the Faculty of Law and Political Science, King Saud University.
She has published a number of published researches, including: First: Research published at the 21st International Conference "Energy between Law and Economics" at the University of the United Arab Emirates in 2013 under the title: "Green economic transformation and the role of national policies in achieving sustainable growth, Saudi Arabia and the UAE ambitious plans and global experiences" And the second: a research presented at the first scientific conference for students of higher education in the universities of the Kingdom under the title: "The Future of Mortgage and Housing Problem in Saudi Arabia", which was published on the level of research provided by Saudi universities; N. King Salman Center for Disability Research 2014.
Experience: Practiced the profession of law in Saudi courts for one year, Chairman of the Scientific Committee at the Law Club of King Saud University.
Her research interests include: renewable energy policies and legislation, sustainable development, international law and order.