Matt Pritts focuses on administrative law and the regulation of energy companies, and on certain types of litigation, such as personal injury law, eminent domain law, and construction law.

He represents public utilities in state regulatory proceedings before the Virginia State Corporation Commission. He also represents clients in state and federal courts in matters such as real estate litigation, FELA litigation, intellectual property litigation, commercial disputes, construction law claims, and personal injury litigation.

Matt graduated from Carnegie-Mellon University and received his law degree, magna cum laude, from Washington and Lee University, where he was a member of the Order of the Coif, an honor society, and a staff writer for the Law Review.

Matt has been selected for the Best Lawyers in America list several times.


American Bar Association

National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel

Roanoke Bar Association

Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys

Virginia Bar Association
Former Section Chair

Virginia State Bar
Board of Governors (2002-08)


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