Commercial Law Welcomes L. Ali Khan as Guest Blogger
Commercial Law is pleased to welcome L. Ali Khan as a guest blogger. Khan is a professor of law at Washburn University School of Law School where he teaches Payment Systems, Secured Transactions, International Law, International Business Transactions, Arbitration and Law and Human Rights. He has published books in the series Developments in International Law and much of his academic scholarship raises issues under Islamic law and conflicts involving Muslim communities. Ali also is the founder of the Islamiclawblog. One of his most recent articles, A Theoretical Analysis of Payment Systems, which will appear in the South Carolina Law Review, argues that modern payment systems, though different, should share a common theoretical basis.
We welcome Ali's insights on payments doctrine, Muslim communities and other issues.