Mehboob Khan

Mehboob Khan holds an LL.B (Hons) degree from the University of London (International Programmes) and a LL.M in American Law from Boston University School of Law. He has also completed a course on Public International Law conducted by the Research Society of International Law.

He is currently employed as part of the corporate law team at Lexium-Attorneys at Law where he works on a range of civil and commercial transactions. In the past, Mr. Khan has worked for some of the largest corporate law firms in the country, including RIAA Barker Gillette and Mohsin Tayebaly & Company.

He has also been part of the founding faculty at Rabtt, where he designed and taught the courses on English and Public Speaking. He has previously served as the Urdu Debates Coach for Lahore Grammar School Model Town and has been a key part of the parliamentary debates teams at both school and college level, representing Pakistan in various roles at international competitions.

Mr. Khan has keen interest in constitutional law, foreign policy, international law, human rights and cyber security, which is exhibited by his time spent working with institutions including Courting The Law and Digital Rights Foundation. He has also written for a multitude of publications including the University College Lahore Human Rights Journal (Volumes I and II), among others.

In his free time, he enjoys playing football and hopes Manchester United can finish in the top 4 this season.