Matthew A. Zidovsky joined the firm in 2017 following a clerkship with the Honorable Judge James J. Wechsler of the New Mexico Court of Appeals. Matthew’s practice is primarily focused on litigation in the areas of employment law, real estate law, commercial/business law, products liability, insurance law, civil rights, and other general tort matters. Matthew also represents clients on appeal in both state and federal court, as well as in a variety of environmental and natural resource related matters. Prior to law school, Matthew served on the staff of then-U.S. Congressman Martin Heinrich, with a focus on public lands and natural resource management, energy development and transmission, infrastructure development, and telecommunications.
University of New Mexico School of Law
magna cum laude
University of New Mexico
summa cum laude
Professional Memberships and Activities
State Bar of New Mexico
Matthew A. Zidovsky, Note, The Decline of Design Immunity: Impacts of Martinez v. New Mexico Department of Transportation on Traffic Control Device Analysis and Constructive Notice of a Dangerous Condition on Public Roadways, 44 N.M. L. REV. 529 (2014).
Order of the Coif
New Mexico Law Review — Editor-in-Chief (2014-15)
West Book Award for Outstanding Scholastic Achievement (2015)