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practice accolades


Listed as a Law Firm of the Year for Energy Law by U.S. News and Best Lawyers (2015)

honors + affiliations

Chair, Nuclear Regulation Committee, Energy Bar Association

Listed, International Who’s Who Legal for Energy Lawyers (2013–2014)

bar admissions

  • District of Columbia
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Timothy P. Matthews

Washington, D.C.
1111 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20004-2541
United States
Phone: +1.202.739.5527
Fax: +1.202.739.3001

Timothy P. Matthews is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Energy Practice. Mr. Matthews represents utilities, industrial, and other licensees before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the Department of Labor, and other regulatory agencies, as well as the federal courts. He advises clients on matters related to electric utility restructuring, new nuclear plants, wrongdoing investigations, discrimination allegations, regulatory compliance, and complex outage-related disputes, including proceedings in mediation, arbitration, and litigation before state and federal courts.

Mr. Matthews played significant roles in the series of complex litigation and arbitration following the Millstone and Davis-Besse outages.

Mr. Matthews worked as a project manager with the Nuclear Management and Resources Council (NUMARC) in Washington, D.C. from 1991 to 1992 and served as congressional liaison with the Office of the Secretary of the Navy from 1989 to 1991. He previously served as a nuclear-trained officer in the United States Navy and served on nuclear-powered warships, and qualified as Chief Engineer.

Mr. Matthews is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia.


  • George Washington University National Law Center, 1994, J.D.
  • U.S. Naval Academy, 1983, B.S.M.E. (Mechanical Engineering)