Matthew Andrus is an attorney practicing primarily in the areas of business and tax law. Matthew graduated cum laude from Oklahoma City University School of Law where he attended on a full-tuition merit scholarship. During law school, he served as a class representative, earned a CALI Award of Excellence, was on the Dean’s List and Faculty Honor Roll, was a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, and a student member of The William J. Holloway, Jr. American Inn of Court. He also served as an Academic Fellow where he taught review courses in Contract law, and he served as a member of the Oklahoma City University Law Review. During his time as a member of the Law Review, he authored a Note titled Protecting Financial Privacy in the FinTech Era: A New Category of Financial Records that Deserve Protection, which was published in the Spring of 2020.
Matthew received his bachelor’s degree cum laude in Business Administration from the University of Central Oklahoma, majoring in Finance with a minor in Real Estate. Prior to law school, he worked in banking which included time as a loan officer for one of the nation’s largest mortgage lenders.
Raised in Edmond, Oklahoma, Matthew continues to live there with his wife Meagan and daughter Merritt. He attends Henderson Hills Baptist Church, and enjoys spending his free time with friends and family, doing anything sports related, and perfecting the art of barbecue.