Zeshan Q. Khan
Zeshan Q. Khan is a graduate of the University of Florida, where he double-majored in Religious Studies and English Literature. He minored in archeology and anthropology, graduating with high honors. He obtained his law degrees from the Chicago-Kent College of Law, and later from the University of Washington School of Law, where he completed his Masters in Law (LL.M.) in Sustainable International Development. He then clerked for the Hon. Sen K. Tan (retired) in Alaska before moving to Seattle to practice law.
Zeshan is a member of the Illinois and Washington State Bars. He is a member of the Washington State Bar, Family Law and Bankruptcy Law sections, and the King County Bar Association (Family Law and Bankruptcy Law sections). Zeshan’s practice emphasizes bankruptcy, family law, and general litigation, including personal injury, small business, and contracts litigation.
Zeshan is a recurring mentor to younger attorneys through the King County Bar Association Family Law Mentor Program and was recently named as the King County Bar Association’s Pro Bono Attorney of the Year.