Matthew “Matt” B. Rogers earned his bachelors degree in Political Science from the University of Rochester in upstate New York in 2008. He received his J.D. cum laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 2011 and then became a member of the Maryland bar in January of 2012.
After graduating from law school, Matt served as the Law Clerk for the Honorable William R. Nicklas Jr., Associate Judge in the Circuit Court for Frederick County. After completing his clerkship, Matt joined the Maryland Office of the Public Defender. He served as an Assistant Public Defender for the next five years, practicing in Washington, Baltimore, and Montgomery Counties. During his time with the Public Defenders office, Matt represented hundreds of clients charged with both felony and misdemeanor criminal cases in both the District and Circuit Courts. Those matters ranged from simple traffic matters (DUI, driving on a suspended license), to much more complex cases, such as drug possession, burglary, assault, and murder.
Matt joined the firm in April of 2017. His practice focuses on representing individuals who are injured in automobile accidents, or from the negligence of others. Matt also represents individuals accused of crimes and traffic offenses, including representing them at their Motor Vehicle Administration hearings.
Matt is an active member of the Maryland Bar Association, as well as the Maryland Association for Justice. He is also the attorney coach for the mock trial team at the Park School of Baltimore, his alma mater. Matt is an avid Maryland sports fan. During the summer, chances are pretty good you will find him at Camden Yards. He loves the Orioles, Ravens, Terps, and Washington Capitals.
Matt is married, and he and his wife Stacie currently live in Bethesda MD.