Khaled A. Beydoun is an Assistant Professor of Law at the Barry School of Law. He previously served on the UCLA School of Law faculty, and currently serves as affiliated faculty with the UC-Berkeley Islamophobia Research & Documentation Project. Professor Beydoun has extensive experience as an attorney, working within the realm of civil rights, criminal defense, and international law practice in Dubai. A Critical Race Theory scholar, Professor Beydoun examines Islamophobia from a legal, race-based and intersectional perspective. His scholarship examines the racial construction of Arab and Muslim American identity, criminal and national security policing, and the intersection of race, religion and citizenship. His work has been featured in top law journals, including the Harvard Journal of Race & Ethnicity, the Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties, the Howard Law Journal, and more. A native of Detroit, Professor Beydoun earned his law degree from the UCLA School of Law, and his BA from the University of Michigan. He also holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Toronto. A commentator on pressing issues, Professor Beydoun contributes regularly to Al-Jazeera English, serves as an expert consultant for the US Census, and has featured his opinion pieces in the New York Times, Washington Post, and Salon.