Shahabudeen Khan

Shahabudeen Khan

Assistant Professor of Law

J.D. Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center
B.A. Florida International University

Shahabudeen K. Khan graduated summa cum laude from Florida International University in 1999, earning a B.A. in Sociology and Anthropology. He graduated third in his law school class from Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center in 2003, summa cum laude. Professor Khan served as Editor in Chief of the International Citator and Research Guide at the Law Center, was named 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 2002-2003. 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 the Law Center’s Critical Skills Program in June 2005 where he taught Elements of Legal Analysis I & II (ELA), some components of Advanced Legal Analysis (ALA), American & Caribbean Law Workshop, Individual Research Project Seminar in the Online Master of Science in Health Law program, and Overview of Federal Employment Law, Statutes and Regulations in the Online Master of Science in Employment Law program. Professor Khan joined the Law Center's Faculty in June 2011 where he will teach Criminal Law and Lawyering Skills & Values. Professor Khan also served as the Associate Advisor for the Law Center's Moot Court Society and will now serve as a Co-faculty Advisor.

Areas of Interest

  • Admiralty & Maritime Law
  • Construction Litigation
  • Criminal Law
  • Immigration
  • Labor & Employment
  • Landlord/Tenant
  • Legal Research & Writing
  • Health Law

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