Matt Price is a Senior Counsel at Federal Express Corporation, where he works on government investigations, fraud matters and compliance initiatives. Matt has conducted and supervised highly sensitive and confidential investigations on 5 continents. He co-authored the Investigations Protocol manual that is now used worldwide at FedEx. In addition to his work at FedEx, Matt has served as the Chief Prosecuting Attorney for the City of Germantown, Tennessee since December of 2014.
Matt joined FedEx from the United States Attorney’s Office in the Western District of Tennessee. Matt worked as a federal prosecutor for approximately 5 years, investigating, charging and trying a wide variety of cases. During his last years with the Office, Matt was assigned to the Joint Terrorism Task Force. At the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Matt argued several cases before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and was a regular guest lecturer at the Memphis Police Academy. During this time, Matt also taught as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Memphis School of Law.
Matt is from a small town located 30 miles south of St. Louis, Missouri. Matt attended college at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York, and received a Master’s Degree in Criminology from Northeastern University in Boston. During graduate school, Matt worked as an investigations intern at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives. He also spent two summers as a commissioned police officer on the island of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.
Matt attended law school at Saint Louis University, where he focused his studies on Criminal Litigation.
Matt is married with 3 young daughters and is active in Holy Spirit Church and the Shelby County Republican Party.
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