Born in Fort Stewart, Georgia, Attorney Matthew Midgett graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.B.A. in Finance. He went on to attend Georgia State University College of Law in Atlanta, earning his J.D.
Before becoming an attorney, Matthew was a Financial Intelligence Investigator for a major regional bank headquartered in Atlanta. While in law school, he gained experience in criminal law while serving an internship with the Georgia Justice Project.
Matthew was also the President of the Moot Court during his third year and was invited to become a Pupil in the Bleckley Inn of Court (a litigation honor society).
Following law school, Matthew gained experience in workers’ compensation law, personal injury law and insurance defense working with law firms located in Atlanta and Savannah.
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Matthew is admitted to practice law in Georgia and the Federal District Court for the Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Georgia. He is a member of the Savannah Bar Association. Currently, he is involved with the Savannah Shamrocks Rugby Football Club as both the Vice President and Team Captain.
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