Kaamil Mushtaq Khan

Profile Mr. Kaamil Khan is the Principal Attorney at K.M. Khan Law, P.C.. He primarily focuses his practice on estate planning, small business issues, and landlord-tenant cases; however, he also regularly handles the defense of serious traffic violations and other criminal charges, cases in family law, consumer protection cases, and other matters.

Mr. Khan is an active member of the Estate Planning Divisions of the Alexandria, Fairfax and Virginia State Bars. He has organized educational presentations on estate planning basics and has prepared pro bono wills for the volunteer firefighters in Sterling, Virginia, where his brother currently serves as a first responder.

In the community, Mr. Khan serves as a General Director of the South Asian Bar Association (SABA) and the Youth Committee Chairman of OPEN-DC, an entrepreneurial organization. He is an Election Officer for Fairfax County and a member of the Capital Area Muslim Bar Association (CAMBA), the bar organizations of Alexandria, Arlington, and Fairfax Counties, and his local university alumni chapters.

Prior to founding K.M. Khan Law, Mr. Khan worked as a patent associate, where he handled all aspects of the patent prosecution process, from determining the feasibility of an invention or idea to successfully obtaining a patent. He has also worked as a research assistant, focusing on the America Invents Act, and as a paralegal at an intellectual property firm in Washington, D.C.

While in law school, Mr. Khan was a prominent leader on campus, serving as student body president during his third year. He also clerked in the Office of the Public Defender in Baton Rouge, a city with one of the country’s highest murder rates, assisting with serious felony and misdemeanor cases and working on three separate capital murder trials.

Mr. Khan received his law degree from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University and his undergraduate degree in Biology from Virginia Tech. He is an avid sports fan and enjoys watching and attending games at both the college and professional levels. In his spare time, he can be found enjoying one of the many concerts in the local area, baking cupcakes, or organizing his annual March Madness pool. He has traveled across the globe and has lived in South Carolina, Louisiana, and southern Virginia, and he believes that nothing beats Southern cuisine such as New Orleans-style seafood and gumbo and Carolina sweet tea. One of his goals is to visit all 50 states, and he has currently made it to nearly 30.

Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University, J.D.
Virginia Tech, Biology, B.S.

U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Virginia

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