406 N. Lee Street, #103
Round Rock, Texas 78664
Telephone: (512)642-8585
Direct Dial: (512)770-9522


J.D., cum laude, University of Memphis, 2005;
B.A., cum laude, University of the South, 2019.

Court Admissions:

All Texas state courts; all Tennessee state courts; U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals; and U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Western District of Texas.

Matt Lightfoot

Matt grew up just outside of Memphis, Tennessee, with his parents, brother and sister. He attended Sewanee: The University of the South, where he was a captain of the soccer team and member of several organizations on campus.  Graduating cum laude in 2012 with his BA in Political Science, Matt spent the next five years serving two non-profits dedicated to assisting young people. After deciding that becoming a lawyer would allow him to make a greater impact on the lives of others, Matt attended the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law where he graduated cum laude in 2019. During his studies, Matt excelled as a Dean’s Assistant for the Academic Success Program, as a Member of the Honor Council, and as Notes Editor for the Law Review. Outside of the classroom, he gained experience clerking for a federal magistrate judge, administrative law judges at the EEOC, and general counsel for Shelby County Schools. After graduating from law school, Matt began his legal career as a law clerk for the Honorable Kenny Armstrong of the Tennessee Court of Appeals, where he helped draft opinions on a variety of topics including administrative law, civil procedure, legal family, property law and torts. Matt followed his wife, Katie, to Texas in 2020 and spent the last two years as a plaintiff’s attorney representing injured Texans. He is admitted to the Texas and Tennessee Bars.

Outside of the office, Matt enjoys spending time with Katie, camping, reading books, traveling, and playing with their dog and cats. 

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