Matt Hartford joined the Wyoming office of Beatty, Wozniak & Reese as an associate attorney in 2009. Matt has experience in natural resources litigation, along with federal, fee, and state title examination. In addition, Matt has also provided support in transactional matters, and real property interest instruments, including probate matters and title-curative documents.
Prior to joining the firm, Matt interned for the late Senator Craig Thomas and served as his advance team coordinator during his 2006 Senatorial Campaign. Matt has been around the oil and gas industry his whole life. Growing up in Rock Springs and Powell, Wyoming, Matt spent most of his school breaks in the fields of southwest Wyoming, as a production roustabout, and learning about the industry and the processes by which our nation meets its energy needs.
Matt received his JD from the University of Wyoming, School of Law and is licensed to practice law in Wyoming in both the federal and state courts and Nebraska. Matt is also a contributor to the monthly Beatty and Wozniak newsletter, as well as an update author for the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation. Matt is a member of the Petroleum Association of Wyoming and sits on the executive council for the Wyoming Young Lawyers Division.
Matt lives in Casper, and enjoys fly fishing, hunting, and golf.