Matthew J. Brown, Esq. is the accredited VA attorney for the Veterans Department at Wolf & Brown Law Offices. Matthew graduated with a Juris Doctorate from Rutgers School of Law-Camden in 2015. He has been admitted to practice before the US Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and is accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to prepare, present, and prosecute veteran’s claims and appeals. Prior to his admittance to the New Jersey State Bar, he worked for three years as the veterans law clerk at Wolf & Brown Law Offices.
His practice focuses solely on claims and appeals before the Veterans Administration for disability compensation and dependency and indemnity compensation. This can include appeals for denial of entitlement to service-connection, unfavorable rating decisions, clear and unmistakable error claims, reopening prior final VA decisions, higher-level reviews, effective date claims, and appeals.
Prior to Rutgers Law, he attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School. While attending, he participated in the Lansing Mock Trial Board Competition. After a year at Cooley, he then transferred to Rutgers Law in Camden, New Jersey. While attending Rutgers, he worked as a legal intern for the Honorable Karen L. Suter, P.J.Ch.
During his time with Judge Suter, he researched, analyzed, and authored drafts of decision on opposed and unopposed motion in the Chancery Division, including issues of Summary Judgment, Notice of Intention to Foreclose, Guardianship, Injunctive Relief, Will Validity, Executor Duties, and Sherriff’s Sale. Additionally, during law school, he wrote appellate briefs regarding Social Security Disability appeals before the District Court of New Jersey for Philip Wolf, Esq.