Matthew joined Carbert Waite in 2019. Prior to joining Carbert Waite, Matthew practiced in the area of management-side labour and employment at a regional law firm. Matthew has represented clients in a wide range of disputes before Provincial Court of Alberta and the Court of Queen`s Bench of Alberta.
Matthew obtained his law degree from the University of Calgary in 2017, where he was awarded the John A. MacPherson, QC Memorial Scholarship for outstanding ability in advocacy, the Tom F. Mayson Award for research in constitutional law, the Gary Bigg Memorial Award in Advocacy, and the Borden Ladner Gervais Trial Advocacy Prize. Matthew graduated law school on the Dean`s List.
Matthew practices in the areas of general civil/commercial litigation, employment law, and health law, and volunteers with Civil Claims Duty Counsel, Calgary Legal Guidance, and Student Legal Assistance.
- University of Calgary (Bachelor of Arts, 2009)
- University of Calgary (Juris Doctorate, 2017)
- Law Society of Alberta (2018)
- Canadian Bar Association