Chris Young is general counsel at the digital contracting company, Ironclad where he draws on his years of experience as a corporate attorney and public servant to help shape and carry out the strategic vision of the company. As the company’s chief counsel, he is responsible for a broad range of legal, regulatory, and policy matters. Prior to his current role, he spent three years at GoFundMe serving as their general counsel, and worked as a litigator at the San Francisco-based law firms Morrison Foerster and Keker, Van Nest & Peters. He also served as the deputy finance director for Obama for America (2008) and worked in the Obama administration as associate director of intergovernmental affairs at the Department of Justice.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Chris Young