Matthew Doe


"I am a consummate team player and look forward to helping new and existing clients achieve success."


With over 20 years of paralegal experience in complex commercial litigation and white-collar representation, Matthew Doe is an asset to the Ifrah Law team as they help new and existing clients achieve success in their business ventures and endeavors. Matthew’s experience includes work on litigation cases that have gone to trial, arbitration, and mediation, and his work across multiple jurisdictions on licensing matters for the liquor, tobacco, and lottery industries is fundamental as he supports Ifrah Law attorneys’ work in the iGaming sphere.

Before e-discovery was standard, Matthew worked on a large MDL case that involved the production of millions of documents for all Plaintiffs’ counsel, which helped maintain a document repository established by the presiding Judge. He is also well-versed in software packages and the crucial technologies used in courtrooms to display demonstrative and evidentiary exhibits, along with witness testimony.

Matthew was born in Okinawa, Japan and is the son of a Lt. Colonel in the U.S. Army. Living in multiple cities throughout his life, Matthew’s father began working at the Pentagon and the family eventually settled in Burke, VA. He enjoys spending quality time with his wife and their two amazing cats Boogie and Rain. He is an avid fan of D.C.-area sports teams and attends Capitals, Commanders, Nationals, and DC Defenders games whenever the opportunity arises.



  • Radford University, B.S., Criminal Justice
  • Northern Virginia Community College, A.A.S. – Legal Assisting

Previous Experience
  • Patton Boggs LLP – Senior Paralegal
  • Plave Koch PLC - Paralegal
  • Reno & Cavanaugh, PLLC – Paralegal