I am very pleased to announced that Matthew Schoonover has been elevated to the partnership at Koprince Law LLC.
Since joining the firm in early 2015, Matt has worked tirelessly on behalf of government contractors across the country. He’s developed a great reputation in the field and is regularly asked to speak at industry events (in fact, he’s on the road today for a government contracts conference in Texas). Matt is also a regular contributor to SmallGovCon, where his “5 Things You Should Know” series is one of the blog’s most popular features.
Above all, Matt’s an all-around good person and embodies the values of ethics and professionalism that we strive to achieve every day. Congratulations, Matt!
Just last week, SmallGovCon celebrated its third anniversary. When I started the blog in May 2012, I wondered whether there would be enough “going on” to support a regular blog about government contracting law for small government contractors. Clearly, my worries were unfounded.
Instead, I have more often found that there is too much happening in the world of government contracting law to be able to blog about everything important. And so, in an ongoing effort to increase SmallGovCon’s scope and content, I am happy to announce that Matt Schoonover is joining me as a SmallGovCon co-author. Matt is my colleague at Koprince Law LLC, and works closely with me in providing legal services to government contractors. He also happens to be a Jayhawk and an all-around nice guy.
Please visit the Koprince Law website to see Matt’s biography and learn more about him and his practice. And be sure to follow SmallGovCon over the coming weeks for Matt’s posts (and, of course, many more from yours truly).