Matt Seltzer is a lawyer with broad experience in real estate, land use, water, wetlands, historic preservation, environmental, administrative, state and local government, and related areas of law. He has represented private sector clients in real estate, energy, health care, mining, and other areas of business and industry. Matt’s work as a government lawyer included service in both the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office and the Minneapolis City Attorney’s Office. Matt has a longstanding interest in architectural and urban history and earned a master’s degree in Heritage Conservation & Preservation from the University of Minnesota School of Architecture in 2019. He will be sharing that interest by teaching Law Use Law during the fall 2020 semester.
Matt graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School.