Mahdi al Juboori started his long professional journey in 1953 in the Iraqi Ministry of Justice. He worked at the MoJ, working his way up until he retired as a Class One Judge in 1983.After retiring in 1983, Mahdi al Juboori started his own law practice that became a great success due to his great knowledge and accumulated experience especially in Family Law, Penal Code, and (Insurance) Company Law.Mahdi al Juboori has great knowledge and deep, diversified accumulated experience in alllegal activities/procedures that is a result of long years in the hallways of the Iraqi Judiciary.
Ahmed al Juboori became a licensed Auditor in 1999. Before that for three years he worked for renowned international auditors working in Iraq where Ahmed al Juboori compiled recognized experience in monitoring and auditing the accounts of a diverse group of ventures such as banks, not-for-profit civil society organizations, insurance and general contracts companies and more. In 1999 Ahmed al Juboori started his own business that achieved noticeable growth in the growing accounting market in Iraq. He won the trust and business of a large number of Clients whose ventures were diverse. In 2010 al Juboori established his company Ahmed al Juboori & Co. Ahmed al Juboori is Member of the Board of ASCA that was founded in London in 1983. The ASCA is considered to be the official side authorized by the International Union of Accountants to supervise the translation of its publications such as International Rules for Financial Reports and its annual updates, and International Rules for Small and Medium Projects, and International Rules for Auditing, and others. Since the year 2000, the ASCA has translated more than 50 publications that support development of the profession in Iraq and other Arab countries. Because Iraq is beset with high risks in corruption, Ahmed al Juboori joined the American Anti-Corruption Society with the aim of gaining state-of-the-art knowledge in order to build professional capacity to combat corruption; methods that are used daily at his specialized company in Iraq.
After graduating from Law School, Aymen al Juboori joined al Juboori Legal Consultations. He began his apprenticeship under Mahdi al Juboori and greatly benefited from the senior’s experience. He worked his way through cases in diversified fields and built his experience, capacity and name. Aymen al Juboori developed a knack for Companies Law and with time specialized in providing his services in this field. His Clients were banks, oil and gas companies, transportation and general contracts companies and others. In 2009, al Juboori Legal Consultations made a decision to become a partnership. The new company was to be named Aymen al Juboori & Co. and Aymen would be the new company’s general manager.
Mr. Shehab Al-Heeti have about 30 years Experian with deferent government sector with many deferent activity , Mr. shehab have license from professional board of Iraqi Auditor since 2004 for Auditing service in Iraq , Mr. Shehab joint to Al-Juboori & co like a partner since 2010
Ms. Inas al-Qaisi, began her career at The Commercial Bank of Iraq as an Internal Auditor from 1994 to 1997. She worked as an Internal Auditor in Sanaa Refreshments Company in Yemen, a company licensed from Coca-Cola International, from 1998 to 2004 , From 2004 to 2006 she worked at Ernst & Young – Iraq, the renowned international auditing firm and gained excellent experience monitoring and auditing private and public finances, applying requirements of international standards, using state-of-the -art programming and electronic check systems ; From 2005 to 2007, Ms. Inas worked in the Iraqi Ministry of Defense as an Internal Auditor and head of a division. In addition to her duties as auditor, she had an important role as educator in training courses undertaken by the ministry to build institutional capacity. Two courses stand out, the training course for the Department of the Inspector General, and the training course for Directorate of Budget and Programs.