After teaching law for nearly thirty-five (35) years, I am undertaking the law practice, focusing on fee-based appellate work. I specialize in the Uniform Commercial Code (including negotiable instruments, secured transactions, and letters of credit), arbitration, international law, and Islamic law. I also accept a limited number of appeals in civil rights cases on pro bono basis.
I have authored several books, including The Extinction of Nation-States (1996), A Theory of Universal Democracy (2003), A Theory of International Terrorism (2006), and Contemporary Ijtihad: Limits and Controversies (2011). Over the years, I have written numerous law review articles and essays on Islamic law, international law, commercial law, creative writing, legal humor, jurisprudence, the U.S. Constitution, comparative constitutional law, human rights, and foreign policy.
- Business Law
- Appeals & Appellate
- Civil Rights
- Free Consultation
The first contact for briefly discussing the legal dispute in a broad sense is free. The time limit is 30 minutes for this initial free consultation.
- Credit Cards Accepted
- New York
- English: Spoken, Written
- Hindi: Spoken
- Punjabi: Spoken
- Urdu: Spoken, Written
- Professor of Law
- Washburn University School of Law
- - Current
- Commercial law, Human Rights, Islamic law, Arbitration, International Law
- New York University School of Law
- S.J.D. / jurisprudence (1983)
- Kansas State Bar # 27276
- Discussion on Rule 8.4(g) of ABA Rules of Professional Conduct, Topeka, Kansas
- Kansas Bar Association
- The rule forbids attorneys to engage in harassment and discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin, etc.
- Building Bridges - A Discussion on Immigration, Washburn University