As the son of a small business owner, I learned at a young age the importance of proper personnel management, hard work and community. I use these guiding values to ensure my clients receive unparalleled, business-minded representation in a friendly, down-to-earth manner. Whether the client’s needs consist of employment law advice or progress to complex litigation, I strive to deliver the type of representation that I expect from my family’s own attorney.
Hunter Mattocks guides employers through the intricacies of local, state and federal employment laws; facilitates responses to employment matters from hiring to termination including any litigation in between; and drafts any necessary contracts, agreements and policies. He relies on the important personnel management and human resources knowledge he gained while serving as an assistant city attorney, and a wealth of courtroom experience garnered while defending municipal corporations in administrative employment appeals and while serving as a municipal prosecutor for five municipalities throughout DFW.
While serving as the Student Bar Association President at the University of Oklahoma College of Law, he successfully advocated for policy changes that helped promote out-of-state job opportunities for OU Law graduates. An Order of Solicitors honoree, Hunter and his team received the Second-Best Brief Award at the 2019 Billings, Exum, and Frye National Moot Court Competition and appeared in the quarterfinals. Hunter maintains a love for public speaking and education and has presented to trade and legal associations across the state of Texas.