Matt Elgin represents clients in complex commercial litigation and arbitration in state and federal courts, as well as before international arbitration panels. He has counseled clients in the energy, banking, and transportation industries on a variety of matters, including a multibillion dollar bankruptcy proceeding and a highly publicized transportation industry arbitration. His experience includes fact and witness preparation, managing the discovery process, and drafting motions and briefs at the trial and appellate levels.
In addition to his commercial litigation practice, Matt assists clients with antitrust investigations and employment disputes. He also has a robust pro bono practice, representing clients in public benefits, housing, and asylum matters.
Before attending law school, Matt served as an honors paralegal at the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Competition, where he assisted in antitrust investigations and enforcement actions.
- The George Washington University (J.D. 2018; Order of the Coif; Articles Editor, George Washington Law Review); Imperial College London (M.Sc. in Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Management 2015; Awarded Core Course Prize for Best Overall Course Performance); Vassar College (B.A. 2013)
- District of Columbia and New York
- Honors Paralegal, Bureau of Competition, U.S. Federal Trade Commission (2013-2014)