Matthew S. McLaughlin




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  • Nevada


  • Gonzaga University — 2009
    (B.A. Political Science)
  • Thomas Jefferson School of Law — 2014


Matthew S. McLaughlin is an associate in the Hutchison & Steffen Las Vegas, Nevada, office. He practices in a range of areas, with a focus on general civil litigation. He is admitted to practice law in Nevada (2022) and California (2014).

Matt graduated from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2014, where he earned CALI Awards for Trial Practice and Environmental Law. He completed his undergraduate work at Gonzaga University in 2009 (B.A. Political Science). While in law school, Matt clerked for Kimball, Tirey & St. John in San Diego. His work focused on the defense of federal and state disabled person’s discrimination actions and general civil litigation. Matt went on to clerk for Trovillion, Inveiss & Demakis, a workers’ compensation defense firm in San Diego. He was hired as an associate in 2014 and handled all aspects of workers’ compensation claim defense. In 2017, he was promoted to managing partner of the firm’s Orange County office. He continued in that role until 2021, when he relocated to Las Vegas. Matt joined Hutchison & Steffen in November 2022.


In his free time, Matt enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, snowboarding, and live music. He is also an avid Gonzaga basketball and San Diego Padres fan.


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