Matthew is an associate in the Firm’s business section. Matthew’s practice focuses on representing developers, owners, sellers, builders and lenders in a broad range of real estate transactions, including the acquisition, development and conveyance of real property.
Matthew graduated from the Faulkner University, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in 2020 where he served as President of the Jones School of Law’s Chapter of the Alabama Defense Lawyers Association, and as a member of the nationally recognized Ernestine S. Sapp Chapter of the Black Law Students Association. Matthew was also a member of the Jones School of Law’s Board of Advocates and competed on the National Trial Team that finished as a finalist in the 2018 Martin Luther King, Jr. National Civil Rights Trial Competition in Sacramento, California. Upon graduation, Matthew was also inducted as a Fellow into the Public Interest Society.
During law school, Matthew served as a summer law clerk for the Mobile County District Attorney’s Office, where he represented the DA’s Office in court with his third-year practice card. Additionally, Matthew also worked as a real estate law clerk for a Montgomery based law firm, where he later began his career as an attorney focusing his practice on various real estate-related matters.
Prior to attending law school, Matthew worked as a real estate agent in Mobile and was a member of the National Association of Realtors, Alabama Association of Realtors, and Mobile Area Association of Realtors. He also worked in higher education as an admissions officer for the University of South Alabama. Matthew received his Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of South Alabama and was initiated into the Lambda Pi Eta National Honor Society and the National Society of Leadership and Success.
Born and raised in Mobile, Matthew is glad to be home on the gulf coast and grateful for the opportunity to serve his community.