Matthew Monaco was an exceptional law student who excelled at both Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, where he graduated, and Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, where he ranked among the top 10 students in his class. He was an active participant in the Moot Court team at Thomas Jefferson and competed in the National Moot Court Regional Competition held in Los Angeles.

During his third year of law school, Matthew had the privilege of participating in the Prosecutor's Clinic with the Maricopa County Attorney's Office, and upon completion, he was accepted as an extern at the same office for the Spring semester. While there, he was assigned to work with the Community Based Prosecution and Repeat Offender Prosecution bureaus, which gave him hands-on experience in the courtroom even before graduation.

After graduation, Matthew began working at Slaton Roebuck PLLC (formerly Horne Slaton) as a law clerk and later became of counsel at the firm. Since joining the team, he has worked on some of the most complex cases in the firm, and in the state, including probate, family, civil, and appellate matters. He is an exceptional litigator, both in legal research and writing, as well as in the courtroom, and there is no challenge too difficult for him to tackle. Matthew is a valuable member of the team at Slaton Roebuck PLLC.

Admission Details

  • 2017, Arizona

Law School Attended

  • Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, J.D.