Mr Khan has been named in the Doyles Guide as one of NSW leading junior counsel in criminal law.
He completed his commerce degree in 1995 and worked in London for a number international investment banks before reading Law at the University of Birmingham in 2002.
Upon his return to Australia he was admitted as a solicitor in 2008 and after a spell at the NSW Crown Solicitor’s Office he took up a solicitor position with the Aboriginal Legal Service in Redfern specialising in criminal defence.
In 2011 he was admitted to the Bar , and has experience appearing in all jurisdictions of the criminal law.
His expertise encompasses a broad range of all criminal proceedings including defended hearings ,sentencing and bail applications in the Local Court, as well as Jury trials , sentencing hearings and appeals in both the District and Supreme Court.
Mr Khan is a member of the Legal Aid Complex Criminal Law Barrister Panel and the Appellate Criminal Law Barrister Panel.
Mr Khan also has experience in quasi criminal jurisdictions , appearing before the Parole Authority (both for the Commissioner and for offenders seeking parole), The Crime Commission, Coronial Inquests and the Mental Health Review Tribunal.
Admitted to practice:
Areas of Practice:
- Children's Criminal Law
- Criminal Law
- Inquests and Commissions of Inquiry
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