Matt Kahn is a trial lawyer with the Butler Law Firm. Matt is committed to representing individuals who have been critically injured or killed due to the negligence or wrongful conduct of others. Matt’s practice includes advocating for victims of serious car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, shooting crimes, and other acts of negligence. Matt also fights for individuals whose civil rights have been violated by police officers’ use of excessive force.

Matt grew up in Dunwoody, Georgia, where he attended Dunwoody High School. He went on to study political science at Georgia State University and get his law degree from Emory University School of Law. As a law student, Matt spent one summer interning at the Georgia Court of Appeals with the Honorable Sara Doyle and working at a full-service law firm with offices throughout the country, one semester externing in AT&T’s litigation department, and another summer working at a boutique firm focusing on complex personal injury and business litigation.

Matt started his career splitting his time between catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases, appellate work, and business litigation. By handling appeals and complex cases, like contract disputes, RICO violations, securities fraud, and class actions, Matt honed his attention to detail, legal writing, and the ability to distill complicated ideas into understandable ones. Matt realized that he wanted to spend his career fighting for people and families instead of businesses. In 2019, he found his home at Butler Law Firm.

Matt uses his experiences to fight for his clients and get the best results possible.

  • Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, Georgia
    • Juris Doctor, 2015
    • Managing Editor, Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal
  • Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia
    • Bachelor of Arts, 2012
    • Major: Political Science
    • Activities: Pi Kappa Phi
  • Fried & Bonder, LLC
  • Winter 2019: Proving Constructive Knowledge with Google Maps, The Verdict Magazine, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
  • Winter 2020: Techniques for Virtual Depositions, The Verdict Magazine, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
  • Winter 2020: Using State Tools in Federal Court, The Verdict Magazine, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
  • American Association for Justice
    • Membership Oversight Committee
    • Trial Lawyers Care
  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
    • 2019-2020 LEAD Class
    • New Lawyers Division, Executive Board
    • Community Outreach Committee
    • Communications Committee
    • Editorial Board, Verdict Magazine
  • DeKalb Bar Association
  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Georgia
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • Supreme Court of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court – Northern District of Georgia
  • Parkinson’s Foundation Georgia — Advisory Board Member
  • Georgia Legal Food Frenzy — Annual Planning Task Force