Associate Professor of Law at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law
Professor Khan graduated third in his law school class from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law (NSU Law) in 2003, summa cum laude. Professor Khan served as Editor in Chief of the International Citator and Research Guide at NSU Law, was named NSU Law Student of the Year (2003), and also won Best Team and Best Brief at the BLSA Southern Region Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition in 2003.
A member of the Florida Bar, Professor Khan has practiced as a litigation attorney with the law firm of Ruden, McClosky, Smith, Schuster & Russell, P.A. (Fort Lauderdale), primarily in the areas of labor and employment, commercial contract disputes, construction litigation, and landlord/tenant. Professor Khan joined NSU Law’s Critical Skills Program (Academic Support Program) in June 2005 where he taught Elements of Legal Analysis, and some components of Advanced Legal Analysis. Professor Khan was also instrumental in the establishment and development of very successful bar exam programs at NSU Law.
Professor Khan has since joined NSU Law’s Faculty in June 2011 where he teaches among other courses, Criminal Law, Legal Research & Writing, UCC Negotiable Instruments, and Health Law courses. Professor Khan also serves as the Co-Faculty Advisor for NSU Law’s Moot Court Society. Professor Khan just published an article titled: “The Threat Lives On: How to Exclude Expectant Mothers from Prosecution for Mere Exposure of HIV to their Fetuses and Infants. The Article was published in Volume 61 of the Cleveland State Law Review, 2015. He has made many presentations in several subjects including Criminal Law and Procedure, Legal Research and Writing, and Bar Exam Preparation. He also coaches several Moot Court teams at NSU Law. Professor Khan is involved in many on campus and off campus community activities as well. Professor Khan is very committed to his teaching, scholarship and service at NSU Law. He is very committed to student success and diversity.