I had the rare opportunity to grow up with two lawyer parents. I was able to fall in love with the job, especially the ability to help someone during such a tumultuous time in their lives. Watching strangers become clients, and clients become family, is an incredible blessing, and it drove me to follow in my family’s footsteps.
After high school I attended the University of Georgia where I got a degree in Political Science. Pursuing my dreams, I went on to the University of Georgia’s School of Law for my juris doctor. I was an active member of the Davenport-Benham Chapter of the Black Law Students Association. Additionally, I was a Judicial Intern of the Honorable Clarence Cooper, U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Georgia. I am currently a member of the Gate City Bar Association.
I’m happy to be continuing the Scott, Scott & Scott legacy of service, dedication, and community.