Matthew J. Lang
Matthew J. Lang
Attorney at Law
Matthew J. Lang is an Associate in our Red Bank, New Jersey, office. He focuses his practice on complex construction and general liability matters. Matthew has represented clients in all stages of litigation from initial pleadings through appeals — including expert and fact discovery — and motion practice. Matthew has also represented clients in immigration and criminal defense matters before the Immigration Court, Board of Immigration Appeals, and in New Jersey State Courts, respectively.
Matthew earned his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from Duke University, and graduated summa cum laude from Monmouth University with his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Political Science with a Concentration in Legal Studies, and Sociology, with a Minor in Gender Studies. He also earned his Master of Laws in Transnational Crime and Justice from the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute, based in Turin, Italy (in conjunction with the University for Peace, San Jose, Costa Rica).
In his spare time, Matthew enjoys fitness, domestic and international travel, reading, and cooking. He also fosters rescue dogs.
- New Jersey
U.S. District Courts:
- U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
- Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR)
- J.D., cum laude: Duke University
- LL.M., Transnational Crime and Justice, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute
- B.A., summa cum laude, Psychology, Monmouth University
- B.A., summa cum laude, Political Science and Sociology, Monmouth University
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
- Monmouth County Bar Association
- New Jersey State Bar Association
- Duke Law Clinics Advocacy Award, 2018
- Editor in Chief, Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy, 2017-2018
- Funding in Complex Construction Litigation: Strategies and Best Practices to Turn the Tables on Funding-Backed Plaintiffs
HBS Construction Blog; April 18, 2023
- Examining the Trump Administration’s Transgender Service Ban Through an International Human Rights Law Framework
25 Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 249-270