Matthew Stewart is an associate handling complex civil litigation throughout the State of Colorado. Based at WSHB's Denver office, Matthew's expertise extends to diverse areas, including catastrophic injury, premises liability, and construction defect cases.
Originally from Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Matthew's journey led him to Denver in 1999. Armed with a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and a minor in Quantum Physics from Middlebury College, he brings a unique analytical perspective to his legal practice. Matthew obtained his Juris Doctor from the University of Colorado Law School. During his time there, he served as the Case Note & Comment Editor for the Colorado Law Review.
Before embarking on his legal career, Matthew explored other fields, working as a carpenter and a dedicated private tutor. He credits his time spent in construction for both his attention to detail and passion for handling construction matters at the firm. He continues to enjoy carpentry as a hobby, undertaking remodeling projects at home.
Matthew's commitment to making a difference extends beyond the courtroom. He generously volunteers his time at Metro Volunteer Lawyers Family Law Clinics, where he has represented numerous clients in their family law hearings. Additionally, he has helped countless individuals navigate the paperwork necessary for their hearings, empowering them to seek justice. In recognition of his extraordinary dedication, Matthew proudly received MVL's prestigious Platinum Award in 2022, honoring his consistent contribution of over a hundred volunteer hours per year.
Beyond the realm of law, Matthew enjoys Denver's vibrant music scene.
- University of Colorado School of Law (J.D., 2021)
- Case Note & Comment Editor for the Colorado Law Review
- St. John's College (M.A., 2016)
- Middlebury College (B.A., 1991)
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