Khizr Khan is admitted to practice law before the Courts of New York, Washington, DC and also admitted to practice before the United States District Court, Southern District of New York and United States District Court, Western District of New York. He has taught numerous CLE seminars and electronic discovery courses to lawyers and other professionals. From 2007 to 2010 he was Director of Law Technology & Electronic Discovery at a major global law firm based in New York, and from 1998 to 2007, he managed firm wide, Litigation Technology Services group at a major international law firm in Washington, DC. At the both law firms, he was responsible for numerous large electronic discovery projects in complex litigation, mergers and acquisitions, US Dept. of Justice and Federal and State regulatory agencies' investigations, on behalf of the global business enterprise clients. He was also directly responsible for the healthcare provider clients' EHR conversion, HIPAA Privacy and Security policy development, implementation and training matters. He holds LL.B degree from University Law College, Punjab University and LL.M from the Harvard Law School.
Mr. Khan is the founder of the ESI Institute, New York, which offers courses and seminars on US and cross-border electronic discovery law and HIPAA Compliance related topics world wide.
Mr. Khan is also the founder of a pro bono project since 2010 which provides legal services to the families of the men and women serving in the Armed Forces.
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