Matthew Long is a vice president with Bose Public Affairs Group. Bringing more than 10 years of legislative experience, he represents clients in achieving their goals throughout all levels of government. Long’s areas of focus include technology, agriculture, finance, telecommunications, healthcare, local government, insurance, and manufacturing.
In addition to lobbying with the state government affairs group, Long also provides client service on the strategic communications team with an emphasis on public affairs campaigns, grass-roots and grass-tops advocacy, and coalition building to advance public policy.
Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Long spent four years as a legislative assistant with the Indiana House of Representatives during which time he also earned his law degree. In this capacity, he was responsible for the research and management of information related to policy issues, tracking state and federal legislation to advise legislators, and providing detailed reports on legislative action. In addition to assisting legislators, he staffed the Courts and Criminal Code Committee and the Judiciary Committee.
Long earned his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University in 2006 and completed his juris doctorate in 2011 at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
Honors / Awards
Long was named the 2009 Indianapolis Bar Association Law Student of the Year and also received the Indianapolis Bar Association Taxation Section Scholarship in 2010. During law school, Long was very active within the Indianapolis Bar Association serving as the Chair of the Law Student Division and also on the Board of Directors. Long is a member of the 2012 Indiana Leadership Forum class.