Mathew Hough

Mathew Hough


Mathew earned his J.D. from Boston University School of Law where he graduated magna cum laude.  While in law school, Mathew served as an editor for the Boston University Law Review, and was awarded the G. Joseph Tauro Distinguished Scholar for outstanding performance in his first year.  In law school, Mathew was a two-time regional finalist in mock trial competitions and won first place in the school’s transactional negotiation competition.

Post-law school, Mathew moved to New York City where he practiced civil litigation at a preeminent global law firm.  Following his tenure there, Mathew transitioned to the plaintiff’s side where he prosecuted Fortune 500 companies for securities fraud in class action lawsuits.  In doing so, Mathew was a part of the team that achieved a $420 million settlement with generic drug manufacturer Teva pharmaceuticals for its alleged participation in a global price-fixing scheme for generic drugs—the largest settlement of its kind in the district and 43rd largest ever.

Prior to attending law school, Mathew was a teacher and Mathematics Department Head in McAllen, Texas.

  • Boston University School of Law, J.D., 2017, magna cum laude
  • Washington State University, B.A., 2012
Bar Admissions
  • New York, 2018
  • Washington, D.C., 2022
Awards & Honors

Boston University School of Law, G. Joseph Tauro - Distinguished Scholar; Deans Awards for highest grades in contracts and Criminal Law; Mock trial team member (two-time regional finalists); mock trial coach (first place)

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