Mohammad (Moe) Ahmad received a bachelor’s degree from Western Illinois University. With justice and advocacy in mind, he attended Western Michigan University Cooley Law School where he earned a juris doctorate degree with a concentration in litigation.
Moe is a former prosecutor of the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office. With a decade of experience as an attorney, Moe has extensive experience in both criminal and real estate law. During his years with the prosecutor’s office, he tried thousands of criminal, traffic and DUI cases. Now in private practice, Moe continues to maintain a reputation for being well-skilled, fair and honest.
Moe’s primary practice areas consist of real estate transactions, criminal law, DUI and traffic cases. His philosophy regarding the practice of law is not only to be his clients’ lawyer, but also a counsellor at law.
He uses his sharp legal skills and knowledge of the law to deploy a competent, aggressive and effective legal strategy to protect his clients’ interests. He is well-skilled at negotiating and is ready to litigate when necessary to protect his client.
Moe is a well-respected leader in the legal community. He is a current member of the Board of Governors and was elected to sit on the Executive Committee as the Treasurer of the Northwest Suburban Bar Association (NWSBA), which consists of approximately 600 lawyers. He is also a chairperson of both the criminal and traffic substantive law committee, the bench-bar relations committee, the finance committee and the NWSBA Centre for the Northwest Suburban Bar Association.
Additionally, Moe is the Vice President of the Suburban Bar Coalition. The Suburban Bar Coalition is an organization comprised of multiple legal bar associations tasked with reviewing and investigating sitting judges running for retention. He is also a member of the Illinois State Bar Association and the Arab-American Bar Association. Moe is licensed to practice law by the Illinois Supreme Court for the State of Illinois.
Moe devotes his spare time to pro bono work such as high school mock trial competitions, guest speaking at law schools for various student bar associations pertaining to the practice of law, trial skills and what to expect in a courtroom and as a practitioner. Moe taught a course for the Illinois Department of Transportation to state-wide prosecutors regarding “Defense Attorney’s Hot Topics.” Moe was a guest speaker on a panel presented by IICLE regarding the topic, “Beyond the Courtroom” with a well-respected jurist and other prominent lawyers.
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