McTeague Higbee — a law firm dedicated to advocating and protecting the rights of Maine’s working people — recently announced that Matt Marett ’05 has joined its team.
“We at McTeague Higbee are thrilled to welcome Matt to our team,” managing partner Kevin Noonan said in a news release. “All of us have had the opportunity to work with Matt over several years. Matt is a tough advocate and will be able to quickly roll up his sleeves and help fight for the rights of our clients.”
Marett has more than nine years of experience handling a variety of different legal matters, and is a litigator well versed in the complexity of the Workers’ Compensation process.
He will work in McTeague Higbee’s Workers’ Compensation division and handle complicated bodily injury claims.
While at Wabash, Marett was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha, the Pre-Law Society, The Bachelor, Young Democrats, Alpha Phi Omega and Wabash Crew. He majored in psychology and minored in English and speech.
Marett earned his law degree from the Florida Coastal School of Law in 2010, graduating with cum laude honors in the top 5% of his class.