Matt Campbell is Of Counsel to the firm and brings over two decades of energy and regulatory experience to Rath, Young & Pignatelli, where he practices in the Energy and Environmental Practice Groups, advising clients on corporate, commercial transaction, and regulatory matters.
Before joining the firm, Matt practiced at the Boston firm of Keegan Werlin, LLP where he represented gas and electric utilities before the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities in adjudicatory and rulemaking proceedings involving energy supply contracts, taxes, distribution rates, grid modernization, regulatory approval of mergers and acquisitions, storm cost recovery, energy efficiency, smart grid investments, and energy storage.
Prior to his work at Keegan Werlin, Matt served as Chief of Staff at the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities where he managed the Department’s 159 member staff of attorneys, economists, and engineers. In this role, Matt advised the three-member Commonwealth Utilities Commission on legal, legislative, and personnel matters and acted as the primary contact for all external stakeholders, including legislators, local officials, and the media.
Before working in state government, Matt was an associate at Ferriter, Scobbo and Rodophele P.C. where he advised municipal light plants on a wide range of environmental, energy and corporate law issues.
Matt also worked as a Senior Analyst for Eversource Energy and as an energy and utilities consultant at Guidehouse (f/k/a Navigant Consulting).
Matt earned his B.A. in English from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and his J.D. from New England Law Boston where he graduated magna cum laude and worked on the New England Law Review. He is a member of the Massachusetts Bar and Energy Bar Associations. Matt is currently licensed to practice in Massachusetts and Washington D.C.
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- New England Law – Boston, J.D.
- University of Massachusetts at Amherst, B.A.
- Washington, D.C.