Attorney 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 over a decade of experience as an attorney, Moe has extensive litigation experience. During his years as an attorney, he tried hundreds of criminal, traffic and DUI cases. Moe continues to maintain a reputation for being well-skilled, fair and honest.
Moe's primary practice areas consist of criminal law, DUI, traffic matters, personal injury and real estate transactions. His philosophy regarding the practice of law is not only to be his clients' attorney, but also a their counselor 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 well accomplished in the legal field. He received the prestigious award as "Prosecutor of the Year" in 2011. Moe was nominated and received the distinction of "Top 100 Trial Lawyer" and “Top 40 under 40” by The National Trial Lawyers Association. In 2015, Moe was nominated and received the distinction as the top "10 Best Lawyers in Illinois" from the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys. He was also recognized as "Top 40 under 40" by The American Society of Legal Advocates. In 2016, Moe was honored by the NWSBA with the distinct honor of the "President's Award" for his work and leadership in the legal community. In 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023, Moe was nominated by his legal peers and received the honor of distinction as a Rising Star and Super Lawyer.
Moe is a well-respected leader in the legal community. He is the Immediate Past President of the Northwest Suburban Bar Association (NWSBA), which consists of approximately 600 lawyers. He also a chairperson of the Criminal and Traffic Substantive Law Committee, the Bench-Bar Relations Committee, Attorney Referral Services Committee, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee, the Awards Committee and the Long Term Planning Committee for the Northwest Suburban Bar Association.
Additionally, Moe was a former Vice President and former Co-Chair of the Suburban Bar Coalition. The Suburban Bar Coalition is an organization comprised of multiple suburban legal bar associations tasked with reviewing and investigating sitting judges running for retention. He is also proud to be a member of the Illinois State Bar Association and the Arab-American Bar Association, Cook County Bar Association, The Decalogue Society, Georgia State Bar Association, Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois, Muslim Bar Assoction, LAGBAC, North Suburban Bar Association and The Women's Bar Assocation of Illinois. Moe is licensed to practice law by the Illinois Supreme Court for the State of Illinois and the State of Georgia.
Moe devotes his spare time volunteering at high school mock trial competitions, guest speaking at schools pertaining to the practice of law, trial skills and what to expect in a courtroom and as a practitioner and litigator. Moe has organized, presented and moderated numerous continuing legal education (CLE's) throughout the years for the benefit of the legal community.