Khaja M. Din received his BA from Northeastern Illinois University in Political Science and his JD from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is an entrepreneurial attorney and litigator with courtroom experience in both criminal defense and deportation defense. His practice focuses on the intersection of criminal and immigration law. Khaja has successfully argued motions and defended clients in the Western District of Wisconsin and the Northern District of Illinois. He has spoken about immigration law at various organizations from community based organizations to legal professional associations. Khaja is a published author of various articles on the subject of laws affecting immigrants in multiple newspapers and has been quoted in the news discussing the effects of immigration laws. On a personal note, Khaja and his wife enjoy traveling and working with at risk youth. Khaja is also an avid horseman and enjoys the challenge of training horses.