Gary L. Young is a partner at Keating, O’Gara law firm in Lincoln. He represents a wide range of law enforcement officers accross Nebraska and is on-call 24/7 to respond to use of force matters. His clients include a wide range of law enforcement employee groups in the State of Nebraska.
Young has had the privilege of representing more than 300 law enforcement officers in 100+ grand jury investigations of officer involved shootings or in custody deaths, and other use of force investigations.
Young is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Nebraska College of Law, and has been a speaker at national, state and local conferences on the use of force and other law enforcement matters.
“...this was great for civilians. . . great for the tool box; ranks up there with one of the top mental classes I ‘ve been involved with.”
Jeff, in Lincoln
“Loved hearing the info from you, an attorney who has actually been through it all many times, as opposed to instructors who have only read about it."
“Very thorough and enlightening. Speaker is very knowledgeable and experienced. Speaker kept audience engaged through interaction. Excellent manual with handouts and resources."
Ron, in Lincoln
“This class is the next step after initial CCW training. It serves as a reminder of the seriousness of issues, and is sobering. The use of local examples really brings it home."
Dan, in Lincoln
“I consider this seminar to be essential for anyone who carries. "
“You answered the tough questions in the sometimes gray areas. Very good examples. Would highly recommend!"
“Very good presentation. Another great step with being adequately informed about the resposibilities of conceal carry. This seminar is absolutely necessary. Thank you. "
“Answered many, many questions I have had since buying a gun and having a CCW. Hopefully I will never have to use it, but it is comforting to know the rules."
“You did a great job of deciphering legal speak so it can be understood by laymen. Great information for anyone intending to use a firearm in self defense."
“I personally believe seminars such as this should be mandatory for all CCW holders as well as applicants. Excellent, informational, and very educational."