University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law,
J.D., Magna Cum Laude
University of North Texas at Dallas,
US Ct Appeals, 5th Circuit (LA, MS, TX)
Texas USDC, Northern District
Texas USDC, Eastern District
Texas USDC, Southern District
Texas USDC, Western District
Texas US Bank Ct, Northern District
Kamran represents a broad range of clients in state, federal, and bankruptcy proceedings as an associate in the firm's business litigation and financial restructuring & bankruptcy practice groups.
Kamran's practice focuses on obtaining results for clients in a broad range of settings from federal trials to informal negotiations. Kamran counsels businesses on effective and efficient strategies for resolving difficult and complex situations. He also provides support to litigation teams by providing analysis that helps guide broader trial strategy.
During law school, Kamran served as Volunteer Summer Intern for the Honorable Catharina Haynes of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and as an Extern for the Honorable Karen Gren Scholer of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas. During his second year, Kamran earned First Place in a state-wide legal writing competition hosted by Baylor Law School. Kamran also earned a Regional Championship in the ABA's 2020 National Appellate Advocacy Competition.
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas
Extern to Hon. Karen Gren Scholer, August-December 2019
U.S. Court of Appeal for Fifth Circuit
Intern to Hon. Catharina Haynes, Summer 2018
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