After UNO, Matthew attended Creighton University School of Law, graduating 4th out of 100 students. While at Creighton, Matthew’s scholarly article on Federal Copyright Law was published in the 51st Edition of the Creighton Law Review. He also tutored first-year law students in both large and small group sessions in all first-year law courses. Further, Matthew earned seven CALI awards, given for the top grade in a class for: 1. Contracts, 2. Secured Transactions, 3. Commercial Contract Drafting, 4. Civil Procedure, 5. Criminal Law, 6. Administrative Law, and 7. European Union Law.
Matthew started his legal career working closely with partners in Family Law litigation and appellate practice. Matthew currently works alongside founding partners Darren Carlson and Anne Burnett, principally in business and corporate matters, with a secondary focus on probate.
Beginning in law school and continuing to today, Matthew volunteers his time with a Sarpy County juvenile diversion program and is always looking for new places in which to volunteer his time in the community.
While not at Carlson & Burnett, Matthew is an avid powerlifter and a die-hard New York Yankees fan, having listened to every single game on the radio, except one, since 2011. Matthew also enjoys watching Husker football.
University of Nebraska at Omaha, B.A.,
magna cum laude, 2014
- History and Criminology / Criminal Justice
Creighton University School of Law, J.D.,
magna cum laude, 2018
- Graduated 4 / 100
- Creighton Law Review
- Secured Transactions
- Commercial Contract Drafting
- Civil Procedure
- Criminal Law
- Administrative Law
- European Union Law
- Nebraska 2018
- Matthew Wurstner, Sometimes a Registration is Just a Registration and an Application Just an Application: The District of Minnesota in Asche & Spence Music, Inc. v. Principato-Young Entertainment, Inc. Correctly held that a Copyright is only Registered or Denied when the Copyright Office Registers or Denies the Claim, 51 Creighton L. Rev. 455 (2017)
- Sarpy County Juvenile Diversion Program