Jahangir graduated in 2012 from the University of Calgary, and completed the final year of his J.D. at the University of Ottawa.
Prior to his legal studies, Jahangir was a chemist, obtaining a Bachelor’s degree from the University of British Columbia and a Master’s degree from the University of Saskatchewan. His graduate thesis focused on developing a formalism to describe the observed signal in a diffraction based biosensor. Jahangir’s undergraduate work focused on the development of the beta-NMR technique at the TRIUMF center for Molecular and Materials Science. Jahangir’s work has been presented at international conferences and published in scientific journals.
Jahangir’s career has also taken him internationally, working with the Aga Khan Planning and Building Services, Pakistan. His work involved the development of procedures and organization of a water quality monitoring laboratory as well as a study on water scarcity in the mountainous region of Northern Pakistan. The laboratory ensures that the water domestic water systems designed by the AKPBS continue to bring safe, potable water to villages in remote mountainous communities.
B.Sc., Chemistry, University of British Columbia
M.Sc., Chemistry, University of Saskatchewan
J.D., University of Calgary
- Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC)
Canadian Bar Association (CBA)
Ontario Bar Association (OBA)