Judge in UK Tax Court and Chair, Prince Charles Trust Ex Offenders Programme
Kameel Khan is a lawyer, judge and former law professor. Before practicing he taught law at University College, University of London, Reading University and the University of the West Indies. He was a Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School. While teaching he defended people on death row from the Caribbean before the Privy Council (UK), the highest court of Appeal for that region. He became a tax partner at a global law firm and later a judge in the Tax Court in the UK.
Kameel heads the Ex-Offenders Programme at the Princes Trust Mosaic, which was created by HRH Prince Charles to provide mentoring and training to young offenders. In addition, it seeks to provide employment for ex-offenders through partnerships created with corporations. The program now operates in 12 prisons and has over two hundred mentors.
Kameel was born in Trinidad & Tobago. He studied at the London School of Economics and received a doctorate in law from McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
When not lawyering he plays club cricket and listens to jazz. He likes to cook and spends the summer at his house in Italy on the Tuscan/Umbrian border.
He is married and has two daughters; one a lawyer and the other a surveyor/urban planner.
His interest lies in the rehabilitation of ex-offenders and in working together with similar minded people.
Partner: Julia Randell Khan