Thanks to my experience working for legislators who served in both the House and Senate, I am very familiar with the legislative process. I rely on that experience as I track legislative and policy updates for our team, focusing on how updates can potentially affect clients and shape our approach.
Matthew has a deep knowledge of legislative and regulatory processes, and he understands how to navigate the complex relationships across local, state and federal governments. He brings a wealth of legislative, strategic, business, and economic development experience to aid clients in accomplishing their goals. He and his team handle government relations work, design and negotiate incentive packages, and advise on projects involving significant public-private partnerships.
Matthew’s principal areas of practice are government relations and political consulting.
Matthew’s representative experience includes:
- Successfully advocating for the passage of various pieces of legislation.
- Navigating clients through the state procurement process.
- Providing legislative motoring and analysis to clients.
- Creating and executing on legislative plans for various clients.
- Maintaining a strong network of elected officials and public bodies to support the firm’s Government Relations team.
A Mississippi native, Matthew has deep family roots in the state’s political landscape. His grandmother, Marry Ann Stevens, served in the Mississippi House of Representatives for over thirty years. In addition, his mother, Liz Welch, has served as Deputy State Treasurer, Secretary of the Senate, Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Finance and Administration, and is currently a top advisor to Governor Tate Reeves.
Previously, Matthew served as Special Assistant to U.S. Senator Roger Wicker. In that role, he worked closely with the Senator to prepare him for his meetings, fundraisers and other events. He also worked as an intern for U.S. Congressman Gregg Harper, for whom he attended, monitored and reported on Congressional hearings, including the House Energy and Commerce Committee; and met with constituents and special interest groups.
Disclaimer: Matthew Majure is not licensed to practice law.
“ I work with our team to help solve problems and find the best way to approach our clients’ challenges. My organized approach to research and analysis helps us make sure we have a thorough understanding of the issues and opportunities we face. ”
- University of Mississippi, B.B.A., 2015