Scott is an equity member of the St. Louis/St. Charles based law firm Hamilton Weber, LLC. He has practiced law since 1986 primarily in healthcare and personal injury defense litigation. Scott is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as Best Lawyer in the areas of Medical Malpractice Defense since 2014 and Commercial Litigation since 2015. Scott also serves as Teaching Pastor for the New Heights Christian Church, a multi-lingual/multi-cultural congregation based in Bridgeton, Missouri.
Scott received seminary training at Freed-Hardeman University in Tennessee (1975-78), a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Arkansas State University (1983), where he was recognized as the Outstanding Student in Philosophy, and a Law Degree from the University of Mississippi (1986) where he was ranked first in his graduating class. Scott has served on the Boards of Christian Family Services of St. Louis, Christian Academy of Greater St. Louis and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for St. Louis Christian College.
Scott has been married to his wife, Catherine, since 1977. They have two children and make their home in St. Charles, Missouri. Scott’s primary non-occupational interests include public speaking, and cooking.
Committees: Executive, Strategic, Development and Mission Integration Committees (Chairman).
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