Greenberg Law Office is pleased to announce the promotion of Matthew “Matt” B. Rogers to the position of Partner with the firm. Greenberg Law Office has served Maryland families for over 55 years, providing exceptional legal services in the areas of personal injury, medical malpractice, civil rights, criminal law, and work-related injuries. The firm has earned a reputation for strategic, aggressive legal representation that is based on our clients’ unique needs.
Matt focuses his practice on individuals who were injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, including car crashes, medical malpractice, civil right violations and work-related injuries. He also represents individuals accused of serious crimes and traffic offenses, including representing them at their Motor Vehicle Administration hearings.
Matt earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Rochester 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., now retired 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. Matt joined the firm in April of 2017.
“We are delighted to have Matt become a Partner with the firm. Matt has shown himself to be an exceptional attorney,” said Larry Greenberg, the firm’s Managing Partner.
Matt is an active member of the Maryland Association for Justice. Matt was voted by his peers to be a Maryland Superlawyer Rising Star in 2019 and repeatedly been a SuperLawyer since. He also has served as co-coach and guided the Park School Mock Trial Team as they won the 2021 National High School Mock Trial Championship. 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 Capitals. Matt is married, and he and his wife Stacie have two children.