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Khadija N. Khan, Intake Coordinator, graduated with her law degree from the University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law. Prior to law school, she received a B.S. in Biology from George Mason University. During her time at UDC, she served as a student attorney for the Whistleblower Protection Clinic which represents those threatened with retaliation for speaking out. Khadija also participated as a student attorney with UDC’s Community Development Clinic where she advised clients on business structures, preparing articles of incorporation, bylaws, and various business contracts. To further support her altruistic interests, Khadija interned with the Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities in Washington, DC. In addition to her studies, she served two terms as treasurer for the Student Bar Association. She also served as the treasurer and Vice President for the Muslim Student Association at UDC law. It’s obvious to us that Khadija is going to fit right in with the core values of the Curcio Law team.

In her spare time, she loves traveling and spending time with family and friends. She will be sitting for the the Uniform Bar Examination soon.