Vladimir Khan graduated from the Almaty Higher School of Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan (1997) and had work experience with investigation of crimes, including finance and tax crimes.
Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure law.
In 1995 he has started working as police agent at Alatau District of Internal Affairs Department of Almaty city and by 1998 was promoted to position of the Head of Criminal Police of Zhetisu District of Internal Affairs Department of Almaty city.
Since 2003 Khan Vladimir is an advocate. His practice areas include criminal law, particularly criminal procedure law. His represents and defends clients in preliminary criminal investigation, criminal investigation and criminal litigation, regarding finance and tax crimes and disputes with state authorities.
In addition, Vladimir represents top and mid-level managers of major Kazakh and international companies. He also has successfully represented public individuals and civil cervants.
Experience and knowledge of internal approaches and methods of work in Internal Affairs Authorities, particularly in Criminal Police allow Khan Vladimir to achieve the positive results in earlier stages of criminal investigation and as well as in representation of client interests during litigation. Vladimir Khan highly values the client’s interests and professionally constructs the defense strategy.
He is fluent in Russian.