Omer A. Khan, Associate

Omer is an associate attorney in the firm’s municipal group, specializing in advising public sector clients including cities, counties, special districts, and joint powers authorities. He provides legal advice touching on a broad range of issues related to the Brown Act, the Public Records Act, the California Voting Rights Act, and the Political Reform Act among others. He also advises clients on a broad range of State and Federal Constitutional issues. Omer is also proficient at drafting legal agreements, ordinances, and court motions and filings. He analyzes pending and final state legislation for impact on public sector clients.

Legal Experience

While in school, Omer was a member of the UC Davis Law Review. He also worked for the law school’s Civil Rights clinic, defending the Constitutional rights of underprivileged clients. Omer was a Sacramento County Bar Association Diversity Fellow during the summer of his first year, and worked for Kronick as a summer associate during his second year.

Before law school, Omer worked at an immigration law firm in San Francisco, handling a high volume of temporary and permanent visa applications for corporate clients. As an undergraduate, he interned at the San Francisco Regional Office of the Governor, where he worked on research projects such as state-wide emergency response reform as well as respond to constituent concerns with the Governor’s policy platforms.

Professional Activities & Affiliations

  • Member, California State Bar Association
  • Member, Sacramento County Bar Association
  • Member, Sacramento MetroEDGE

Academic Background

J.D., University of California Davis, May 2017

  • Member, U.C. Davis Law Review
  • Member, U.C. Davis School of Law Civil Rights Clinic
  • President, U.C. Davis School of Law Muslim Student Association

B.A., University of California Berkeley, June 2011

  • Editor-in-Chief, Al-Bayan Magazine
  • Presented Research Paper at the 2009 Western States Communication Association Undergraduate Scholars Research Conference