Matt is an associate lawyer with Pushor Mitchell who practices in the areas of personal injury law and criminal law, with a special interest in brain injury litigation.

Originally from Montreal, Matt completed his undergraduate studies in Psychology at McGill University in 2004 and earned his Bachelor of Laws from the University of British Columbia in 2008. Matt completed his articles at the Department of Justice in Vancouver and was called to the bar in 2009. As junior counsel with DOJ Matt represented the CRA, the RCMP, the Correctional Service of Canada, and other federal agencies at trial level and appellate courts.

In 2014 Matt relocated to Kelowna and joined Pushor Mitchell where he represents a range of personal injury claimants, including victims of motor vehicle collisions, assaults, and sexual abuse. He also continues to represent the Federal Crown as agent for the Public Prosecution Service of Canada.

Matt is proud to serve his community as the Chairman of the Kelowna Apple Triathlon Society, and as a Director of Brain Trust Canada.

Practice Focus

  • Personal injury litigation including claims arising from motor vehicle collisions, assault, and sexual assaults.
  • Appeals before the Mental Health Review Panel
  • Criminal prosecution as agent for the Federal Crown.