MATT DUCHAMP | ATTORNEY
Matt is a licensed attorney in Texas experienced in complex commercial and personal injury litigation. He has represented hospital systems, national retailers, insurance companies, and a variety of business clients throughout the state.
A native Texan, Matt grew up in Waco and obtained his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in College Station. He then moved to Houston to attend South Texas College of Law. In law school, Matt worked for the Harris County Attorney’s Office, Texas Attorney General’s Office, as well as a midsize commercial litigation firm headquartered in Houston. These clerkships not only provided Matt with valuable experience, but they also instilled in him a passion for litigation. Prior to joining Doyle & Seelbach PLLC, Matt worked as a litigation associate attorney in the Austin office of Germer Beaman & Brown PLLC.
Matt lives in Dripping Springs, Texas, with his wife, Jewel, and sons, Bobby and Lee. Matt is an Aggie football fanatic, as well as an avid outdoorsman. He loves spending time with his family and is very involved as a member of Austin Ridge Bible Church.
South Texas College of Law Houston
- J.D., 2015
- Associate Editor – South Texas College of Law Corporate Counsel Review
- Advocate, South Texas College of Law Varsity Moot Court Team
- Mentor, South Texas 3L-to-1L Mentorship Program
- Summer Law Clerk, Texas Attorney General’s Office
Texas A&M University
- B.A., 2012
- Director of Memorial Student Center Abbott Family Leadership Conference
- Associate Justice on Texas A&M Student Judicial Court
- Representation of large regional hospital systems in health care liability and employment lawsuits.
- Representation of contractors and builders throughout Texas in construction defect litigation.
- Representation of business entities involved in copyright, trademark, and contract disputes.
- Representation of major insurance carriers in first and third-party claims throughout Texas.
- Representation of companies in personal injury disputes, including general liability and employee injury claims filed against employers who do not subscribe to the Texas workers’ compensation scheme.
Awards and Recognitions
- Harold W. Gaines Texas A&M Student Achievement Award
- Big 12 – Texas A&M Congressional Lobbying Delegation
Professional and Community Organizations
- Texas Young Lawyers Association
- Austin Young Lawyers Association
- Men’s Ministry – Austin Ridge Bible Church
- U.S. District Court, Northern, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas
- Texas State Courts