Month: January 2011


Scott comes to Elliott and MacLean after being a solo practitioner for almost three years. He is a 2005 graduate of Franklin Pierce College, where he obtained a degree in psychology. Afterward he enrolled at Western New England College School of Law, where he received several academic scholarships. While at Western New England College Scott was on the Dean’s List, was a member of the Products Liability Moot Court Team and participated in an externship in which he clerked for the District Court in Holyoke, Massachusetts. During his third year of law school Scott was a visiting student at the University Of Maine School Of Law in Portland, where he participated on the trial team and the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic. Scott graduated cum laude from Western New England in 2009.

Although Scott’s solo practice primarily involved litigation, he is excited to be practicing in the areas of Real Estate and Elder Law/Estate Planning at Elliott and MacLean. Scott enjoys the challenge of finding creative approaches to solving problems that fit the individual needs of his clients.

Scott Practices in the areas of

  • Real Estate

  • Elder law/Estate Planning

  • Bankruptcy

  • General Litigation

  • Appellate Law

Scott currently resides in the Gardiner area, but is in the process of moving to the mid-coast with his wife, who is a teacher in the local school district. Scott enjoys all things outdoors, including camping, hiking, winter mountaineering, fishing, hunting, and kayaking.

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