Matthew Rupp is a trial attorney with over a decade of experience in the courtroom. He has a general civil litigation practice, handling a variety of matters from real estate disputes to personal injury litigation. Matt has tried over fifty cases to jury verdict and hundreds of bench trials. Matt uses the skills gained in the courtroom to obtain rewarding outcomes for his clients.
Matt grew up in Boone, North Carolina. He reluctantly left the area to attend college at the University of Notre Dame and law school at Duke University. After law school, Matt moved to Washington, D.C., to serve as counsel to two congressional committees on Capitol Hill. He also served as counselor to a presidential appointee at the Department of the Treasury.
Matt returned to North Carolina to work as an assistant district attorney in Charlotte before coming home to Boone to serve as an assistant district attorney in Watauga and Avery Counties. As a prosecutor, Matt sought justice for hundreds of victims of crimes, including the victims of sexual assault and murder.
In private practice, Matt uses his trial experience and courtroom skills to assert the rights of his clients and come to their defense.
When not at work, Matt enjoys spending time with his wife, Sarah, and three children. He is also an avid runner, skier, and college football fan.