Matthew received his B.B.A. in Finance, Marketing and International Business from Hofstra University. He then attended Rutgers Law School, receiving his J.D. in 2015.
While at Rutgers, he was the President of the Student Bar Association, Student Leader of the Mediation Pro Bono Program, was on the executive board of several other organizations, and was involved in several other pro bono programs resulting in the Dean’s Pro Bono Publico Award for over 100 hours of service. He was awarded with the Dean’s Leadership Award as well as the Zack Award for excellence in Dispute Resolution. Mr. Schorr was awarded the prestigious Mary Philbrook Student Public Interest Award.
He returned to Rutgers as a coach for the American Bar Association Representation in Mediation Competition. He coached four students, two of which came in third place in the nation. Matthew also spent time as a trustee with the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section. He currently serves as a trustee for the Burlington County Bar Association.
Matthew was hired as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Lee B. Laskin, J.S.C. at the Camden County Superior Court. Matthew spent time working in the Civil, Criminal, Family, and Special Civil Divisions during his time at the court. Matthew is now an employment lawyer in private practice and is a certified civil mediator in New Jersey and has completed over 200 mediations.