She is currently a Senior Researcher at International Shari’ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance (ISRA). She is also the Head of ISRA’s Islamic Capital Market Unit. Prior to joining ISRA, she had almost twelve years of experience as a Malaysian advocate and solicitors as well as a Syarie lawyer. During her legal practice, she was appointed as one of the members of the Malaysia’s Investigating Tribunal Panel, Advocates & Solicitors Disciplinary Board and headed the Shariah Legal Clinic of Kuala Lumpur Bar Legal Aid Centre.
Dr. Noor received her Doctor of Philosophy in Islamic Banking Finance and Management from the University of Gloucestershire (in collaboration with Markfield Institute of Higher Education), United Kingdom under the sponsorship of ISRA. Her Master in Laws was from King’s College of London under the funding of the British Chevening Scholarship Award. Her Bachelor of Laws and Diploma in Shariah Legal Practice were from the International Islamic University of Malaysia. She has written a number of research papers, textbook chapter and articles and presented in conferences locally and globally.