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Matt Bunch was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky.  He attended Sayre School and then Henry Clay High School, Class of 1985. Matt played for the Henry Clay H.S. soccer team for 3 years, and held 3 records for goals during his soccer career, two of which have not been beaten in subsequent years.  


After graduating from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan in 1994, he returned to Lexington to put his education to work as a litigator in his father’s law firm at Bunch & Brock. His vast experience in Central Kentucky has equipped him to achieve success for his clients and provide the best possible outcomes. 

Outside of the office, Matt is a family man and loves building and flying experimental airplanes. Check out the airplane he built here. In 2008 he was appointed by the mayor and the judge executive of Georgetown, KY, as a board member on the Georgetown-Scott County Airport and is the treasurer. He was also a national inter-collegiate soccer referee and was appointed to officiate as center referee the KY High School State Championship Final Game.  Matt is married and has two children who also love to fly airplanes with their father.

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