Matthew Moriarty is a founding member of Schoonover & Moriarty. Matt helps clients with both federal government contracting litigation and transactional matters. Before founding the firm, Matt was a partner at Koprince Law, a federal contracting firm in Lawrence, Kansas. Matt's first legal job after law school was serving as a clerk at the U.S. District Court District of Kansas in the chamber of the Honorable Julie A. Robinson. He has represented clients across the entire United States and internationally.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Matt was a reporter for his hometown newspaper in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Matt draws from this experience frequently, as it taught him to write clearly and concisely, ask probing questions, and to be courteous.
Matt graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a double major in Anthropology and History. He earned a juris doctorate and a master’s degree from the University of Kansas.
Matt and his wife Emily live in Shawnee, Kansas, with their daughter Lily.
J.D., University of Kansas School of Law
M.S., University of Kansas School of Journalism and Mass Communication
B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Big Changes for Small Contractors-Government Contracting Legal Updates, 2020 Virtual ICBS Show, August 2020
Recent Blog Posts:
It’s Official. 8(a)s Can Have Another Year, GovConBrief, January 2021.
OHA Deadlines are Strict; No Exceptions, GovConBrief, December 2020
GAO: Protest Success Rate Tops 50 Percent, GovConBrief, December 2020
GAO Disagrees with SBA About SBA Rule, GovConBrief, December 2020
No Fed contracts to Companies that Sell Foreign Products?, GovConBrief, November 2020