Mohamed Khimji is the inaugural holder of the David Allgood Professorship in Business Law.  He has also served in a number of senior leadership roles at Queen's Law, including as Director of the Queen’s Business Law Program, Associate Dean for Academic Policy, and Associate Dean for Graduate Studies.  His strategic academic leadership has been instrumental in advancing the Faculty's academic goals and objectives. 

In the 2024/25 academic year, Professor Khimji will introduce an exciting new course, Law (Taylor's Version), which has garnered national media attention.  This innovative course will explore Taylor Swift's significant impact on entertainment law, delving into her high-profile legal disputes and business decisions.  

Professor Khimji's research spans various facets of corporate and commercial law, including the proprietary aspects of international financial markets, corporate governance, the power of dynamics between shareholders and boards of directors, the separate legal personality of corporations, limited shareholder liability, and the wealth effects of secured financing.  He has provided expert consultation on these topics to private law firms, government bodies, and regulatory agencies in Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom.  Before his academic career, he practiced corporate law at Torys LLP in Toronto.