Matt founded the Harman Law Firm in 2010 to represent victims of medical malpractice, civil rights abuses, car and truck wrecks, and defective products, among other things. After graduating from Harvard Law School, Matt joined a major international law firm where he defended multinational corporations in personal injury litigation. Although Matt quickly rose to partner in the firm, he realized just as quickly that he was on the wrong side. Since founding the Harman Law Firm, Matt has focused solely on helping injured victims in lawsuits against the very types of corporations he used to defend. Through Matt’s leadership, the Harman Law Firm has grown to multiple Georgia locations engaged in litigation all around the nation.
Matt is a frequent commentator, writer, and lecturer on television, in print, online, and for law schools on a variety of legal topics. Matt presents at professional conferences, continuing legal education programs, and for civic and community groups. Matt is a member of the National Police Accountability Project. The national SuperLawyers organization has named Matt a Georgia SuperLawyer every year from 2014 to present.