Matthew’s practice primarily focuses on civil litigation, particularly commercial and small business litigation. Matthew also has experience in labor and employment law, representing clients who have been unlawfully discriminated against by their employers as prohibited under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. He has successfully litigated and resolved multiple cases in his short legal career and is comfortable adapting to novel legal issues or unorthodox circumstances as a case demands.
Matthew graduated from Mississippi State University in 2018, magna cum laude, earning his B.A. in Political Science. He graduated with his J.D. from the University of North Carolina School of Law in the spring of 2021. During law school, he was a competing member of the Holderness National Moot Court Team.
Matthew relocated to Asheville during the summer of 2021 to begin his legal career. He quickly fell in love with the area and, outside of work, can be found attending concerts for both major and local artists, trying new restaurants, and hiking the area’s beautiful mountain trails.