At the Law Offices of Kelley & Wilkins, clients are serviced with diligent work, zealous advocacy, honest answers, personal attention to their needs, and a dedication to excellence that results in quality legal services for our clients. We understand the intricacies of taking a case to trial and what it takes to get a favorable outcome in a case and our goal is to allow our clients to rest assured that they have advocates on their side who have their best interest at heart.
Matson attended Santa Clara University and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Commerce. While attending Santa Clara’s Business school, Matson was the first student ever to be accepted into the Santa Clara University Law School’s Early Start Program. As a senior in college, Matson finished his required undergraduate courses and attended Santa Clara University’s Law School.
After successfully completing his first year of Law School at Santa Clara while he was a senior in college, Matson transferred to the University of Hawaii’s William S. Richardson School of Law where he graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors. Matson performed legal services for the Santa Clara Superior Court, provided pro bono legal services for the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii, served as a Summer Associate at a firm in Honolulu, and served as a federal court extern for the Honorable Federal Magistrate Judge Leslie Kobayashi. Finally, Matson served as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Honolulu before entering private practice.
Alex graduated with honors from the University of Florida, Levin College of Law. During law school, Alex earned a certificate in Environmental and Land Use Law, and worked as a summer extern for the United States Attorney’s Office (Middle District of Florida) and a summer associate at a large civil litigation firm. Prior to joining Matson Kelley, Alex was in private practice at a prominent personal injury firm on Maui and clerked for a circuit court judge for the Second Circuit. Before beginning his legal career, Alex was a certified teacher in the public schools in Florida and Hawaii.
Our firm has jurisdictions to practice law in the following areas:
Our firm has nine locations across three different states. We serve clients in the Western United States.
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