Former Deputy Prosecutor Ahmed Young Joins Bose McKinney & Evans and Bose Public Affairs Group
Young serves as an associate in the Litigation Group and the Education Law Group of Bose McKinney & Evans. In addition, Young has been named second vice president and member of the strategic advisory services and procurement teams with Bose Public Affairs Group, where his experience in public policy will benefit clients seeking to enhance their public affairs activities while developing short and long-range tactics for growth.
Prior to joining the firms, Young served as deputy prosecutor for the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office. He has in-depth experience in bench and jury trials, as well as managing large caseloads, handling due diligence and conducting depositions.
“Ahmed’s experience at the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office has prepared him to fit seamlessly with our Litigation Group,” said Jeffrey Gaither, managing partner of Bose McKinney & Evans. “We are excited to have him as part of the team.”
“We are pleased to welcome Ahmed to the firm,” said Douglas R. Brown, managing principal of Bose Public Affairs Group. “His diverse background in law, business and politics will be a great asset for our clients.”
Young received a bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Indiana University-Bloomington and law degree from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, where he was selected as a fellow of the Indiana Conference for Legal Education Opportunity. Prior to law school, he spent six years teaching in Indianapolis and New York City public schools.
He is a member of the board of directors for the Indiana Partnerships Center. He also has served as a program mentor for the National Guard Youth Challenge and the MLK Community Center. Young is a member of the Indianapolis Bar Association serving on the Judicial Excellence Committee. He is also an active volunteer in local and state politics.