The law firm Bose McKinney and Evans LLP is pleased to announce that partner Chad Walker has been elected to the Damien Center Board of Directors.
The Damien Center's mission is to empower persons in Central Indiana affected by HIV/AIDS to move forward each day with dignity and to lead the fight to prevent the spread of HIV. The center provides care to people infected by HIV, along with their friends and families. It has also become a leader in HIV prevention, education, awareness, and advocacy since its creation in 1987.
Walker, a partner at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, concentrates his practice in business transactions, insurance regulations and market conduct examinations, real estate, not-for-profit, and state and federal commercial litigation. He has represented clients in several types of matters, including business entity formation, asset purchase and sales, lease negotiations, MBE/WBE certifications, real estate closings, low income housing tax credits, bankruptcy matters, estate planning, estate administration, employment disputes and department of insurance market conduct examinations.
Walker earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Evansville and his law degree at Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis. From 2009-2011, he was named an Outstanding Young Lawyer - Rising Star (business/corporate law) by Law & Politics.
Active in community service, Walker is a volunteer with the United Way of Central Indiana and is a graduate of the organization's Ardath Burkhart Leadership Series. In addition, Walker serves as the president of the Fall Creek Place Homeowner's Association.