After graduate school, Scott received a partial academic scholarship to Hamline University School of Law where he was a regular on the Dean’s List. While in law school, he served on the board of Minnesota Justice Foundation, was on the Law Review, participated in the meditation moot court competition and became a rained mediator and mediated cases in St. Paul, Minnesota. In addition, Scott studied cross-cultural mediation in emerging democracies in Budapest, Hungary. Immediately following law school, Scott tackled a number of high-stake, complex civil litigation cases as he represented several rock-and-roll hall of fame clients. Scott defended one of these clients in a case in New York and secured a multi-million dollar copyrights portfolio that was in jeopardy due to a fraudulent loan collateralization.
Scott started his own law practice immediately after passing the Georgia bar. Scott loved being a trial lawyer and lived in the court room during the beginning of his career, gaining trial experience on crucial cases. Currently, Scott focuses his practice on fighting for those who have been injured by the negligence of others in personal injury cases. One such case was a fight for a dear family whose mother was killed by a negligent driver of a commercial vehicle. In 2010, Scott set a record in Greenville County SC for the highest verdict or settlement amount ($4.5 million) in a wrongful death/trucking case.