With his breadth of experiences in Southwest Virginia and beyond, you’ll have access to the necessary perspective to know when–and how–to negotiate out of court or take the matter to the courts.

Bar Admissions
U.S. District Court Western District of Virginia

U.S. District Court Eastern District of Virginia

U.S. Bankruptcy Court Western District of Virginia
Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey
J.D. 2005

Purdue University
B.S. 2002
Professional Associations and Memberships
Roanoke Bar Association, Member

Salem/Roanoke County Bar Association, Member

Virginia State Bar, Young Lawyers Division, Member


When a client is facing a legal challenge, being available to listen and focus on individual concerns is critical. For this reason, Scott considers reliable and consistent communication with each client to be the foundation of his practice. This attentive approach also keeps clients info rmed and reassured throughout the process.

If out-of-court negotiating does not produce your best option, Scott is ready and motivated to represent you in court.

Because he has successfully litigated a broad range of cases, he is at home in the courtroom whether facing judge or jury. Just as importantly, Scott has the insight to determine when to fight rather than negotiate because his professional experiences have provided him with proactive perspective to these matters.

Grounded in the Roanoke Valley community.

Scott’s professional connections extend beyond his own practice of facilitating efficient and effective outcomes for his clients. Away from the office, Scott enjoys spending time with his wife and friends, exploring the many beautiful nearby areas, and hiking the local sections of the Appalachian Trail and Blue Ridge Parkway.

Knowledge and Experience

In addition to his prior work as an associate within other Roanoke Valley law firms, he has also worked as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Salem, Virginia, and as a law
clerk for the 23rd Judicial Circuit of Virginia.