Ibrahim is a corporate and securities associate in our San Diego and Silicon Valley offices.
Ibrahim represents a wide range of emerging growth companies from the information technology, consumer and enterprise software, financial, healthcare, life sciences, and other industries. He has experience in corporate formations and structuring, venture capital financings, private secondary markets, cross-border transactions, mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, and general corporate governance and securities matters. Ibrahim’s counsel with emerging growth companies spans the entire lifecycle, from incorporation and venture financings through an exit. Ibrahim also represents many leading venture capital investment firms in their portfolio company investments.
In law school, Ibrahim served as an editor of the Stanford Law Review, was a member of the Venture Studio at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and worked at both a startup and a seed-stage venture capital firm. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Ibrahim was named a Truman Scholar, a Mitchell Scholar in Northern Ireland and a Fulbright Scholar in Egypt. Ibrahim is conversational in Arabic.
- Stanford Law School, J.D.
- University of Ulster, M.A., Peace and Conflict Studies
- Dartmouth College, B.A., Middle Eastern Studies; Native American Studies