Rachel M. Scott

Paralegal

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  • Overview

    • With nearly a decade at both the state level and in private practice, Rachel Scott brings her diverse legal background to play in the Energy and Telecomm space. Having experience in consumer protection, criminal and civil litigation, insurance fraud, administrative prosecutions, environmental regulations, charitable trusts, bankruptcy, and estate planning, she has honed her skills in document drafting, exhibit preparation, legal research, and hearing prep. Paired with her understanding of the permitting process for wireless communication technology, renewable energy and compliance, Rachel brings a unique skillset to an area of law that requires an impeccable attention to detail.

  • Community Involvement

    • Lost My Way Animal Shelter, Vice President

With nearly a decade at both the state level and in private practice, Rachel Scott brings her diverse legal background to play in the Energy and Telecomm space. Having experience in consumer protection, criminal and civil litigation, insurance fraud, administrative prosecutions, environmental regulations, charitable trusts, bankruptcy, and estate planning, she has honed her skills in document drafting, exhibit preparation, legal research, and hearing prep. Paired with her understanding of the permitting process for wireless communication technology, renewable energy and compliance, Rachel brings a unique skillset to an area of law that requires an impeccable attention to detail.

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