Ballard Spahr announced today that two attorneys have joined the firm’s Denver office as associates.
Mudasar “Mo” Khan is a member of the litigation department. Prior to law school, Khan served as an agenda clerk with the Office of Kansas Senate Minority Leader Anthony Hensley. In that role, he researched and tracked bills between the Kansas Senate and House of Representatives, compiled bill briefs for the Kansas Senate Democratic caucus, and worked with legislative counsel to brief caucus members on school finance litigation. Khan was a 2016 and 2017 Ballard Spahr summer associate. Khan attended Washburn University and holds a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center.
Conor Crawford is an associate in the business and finance department who counsels clients on a variety of matters. During law school, Crawford was a law clerk in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Denver and a 2016 Ballard Spahr summer associate. Crawford also worked as a horse-racing consultant. In his role as vice president for Donegal Racing, he oversaw thoroughbred acquisitions, negotiated contracts of sale and advised the racing campaign of 2015 Travers Stakes winner Keen Ice.