Fazeel S. Khan

  • Fazeel S. Khan
  • Attorney

EDUCATION

B.A. (1997), Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia. Major: Criminology; Minor: Psychology.

LL.B. (2003), University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario. Moot Court Competitor, Mock Labor Arbitration Competitor, Zuber Moot Court Judge, Assistant Editor of “Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues”, Student Legal Counsel at Legal Aid Clinic.

LL.M. (2004), Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Achieved “Honors” standing; Major research conducted on the “Role of the Insurer in the Medical Liability Crisis”.

BAR ADMISSIONS

  • Ohio
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • Columbus Bar Association (CBA)
  • Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA)
  • National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA)

PRACTICE AREAS

  • Employment Law
  • Civil Rights Law
  • Consumer Law
  • Litigation
  • Non-Profit / Faith-Based Organizations

PRESENTATIONS / PUBLICATIONS

Presenter at the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) 2008 Annual Conference in Atlanta on “Intersectionality of Discrimination Claims”.

Speaker at the Ohio Association of Realtors 2006 Annual Conference on “Discriminatory Practices in the Real Estate Setting”.

Organizer and Presenter of “Legal Seminar Series” for tenants of corporate properties in the Dublin, Ohio area.

Article “What’s in a Name?” published in the Columbus Bar Lawyer’s Quarterly Fall 2007 volume.

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Secretary of Lahore Ahmadiyya Islamic Society, a non-profit charitable organization that publishes scholarly religious studies books carried by the largest retail outlets in the country and used as text books by many universities.

Secretary of Horizon Prison Initiative, an Ohio-based non-profit organization that conducts programs in correctional facilities to transform prisoners, prison cultures, and ultimately the communities into which prisoners are eventually released.

Regular Panel Member of Young Scholars Program and Martin W. Essex School for the Gifted annual conferences at O.S.U.

U.S. Attorney Advisor for The Forensic Linguistic Society, a society promoting awareness in the legal system and among the public at large of the nature of linguistic, phonetic and acoustic evidence in criminal and civil proceedings.

Past Member of Board of Trustees of ADA(Ohio), a non-profit organization providing services to educate Ohioans about the federal Americans with Disabilities Act.

Past President of the Columbus-based Interfaith Center for Peace (ICP)

Past Executive Board Member of Port Columbus Interfaith Services (PCIS).

Member of the Ohio Humanities Councils Speakers’ Bureau

Email: fsk@bkmplaw.com

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