Matthew Slocum

Principle Attorney
Attorney Matthew Slocum In Black Suit With Red Tie
Attorney Matthew Slocum In Black Suit With Red Tie

Matthew Slocum

Principle Attorney

Biography

A career history of trying cases on behalf of those who most need their rights protected.

Trust committee member overseeing billions of dollars of awarded damages to citizens of Northeast Pennsylvania.

Possessing law degrees from Hofstra University School of Law and Temple University School of Law, Matthew Slocum’s talent for litigation was evident from the outset of his career. He began practicing law with large prestigious firms in Philadelphia and New York, then in 2009 brought this wealth of experience home to Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Upon cofounding The Slocum Firm, Matthew placed an emphasis on seeking out cases where his defense of clients’ rights had compounding impact beyond an individual case, thereby positively affecting the lives/health of the greater community. A powerful example of the realization of this focus, was Matthew’s appointment to the Tronox Tort Claim Trust Advisory Committee. As a member, he oversees the distribution of $5.15 billion dollars in damages to citizens of the region

Additionally, as an attorney with a vested interest in the medical well-being of his fellow Pennsylvanians, Matthew is a Co-Founder of Legally Rooted.  Legally Rooted’s mission is to provide education, clarity and guidance to clients seeking to enter the medical cannabis sector in Pennsylvania. Their focus is to ensure the people of the Commonwealth reap the medical benefits of the industry.

Pratice Areas

  • Personal Injury
  • Workers Compensation
  • Cannabis Consulting
  • Business Formation

Education & Bar Admission

Franklin & Marshall College, B.A. Joint Major in Business Administration and American History – 1999

Hofstra University, J.D. – 2002

Temple University, Beasley School of Law, LLM in Trial Advocacy – 2005

Professional Membership

Member, Lackawanna County Bar Association

Pennsylvania Bar – 2002

New Jersey – 2002

United States District Court – Middle District of Pennsylvania

United States District Court – Eastern District of Pennsylvania

United States District Court – New Jersey