Mathew Higbee is one of the nation’s leading authorities on criminal record clearing. He has provided guidance to numerous lawmakers seeking to reform and modernize state laws that govern the retention and distribution of criminal records. He has also testified in front of multiple legislative bodies about the benefits of expungement and criminal record sealing laws. He is licensed to practice law in seven states and has won more than 5,000 criminal record clearing cases, including multiple published appeals. Mr. Higbee also works closely with industry leaders in the background check and tenant screening industries to find solutions to unlawful or inefficient discrimination of former offenders. He is a graduate of the University of Utah College of Law.
Mr. Higbee plays a central role in executing and promoting the Foundation’s projects. He is the primary author of the content on Pardon411.com, which is a service that provides detailed information about applying for a pardon in all 50 states.