With a background in public policy, Scott represents clients at all stages of litigation in state and federal courts.
Scott Ferron’s practice focuses on representing public, private, and non-profit clients at every stage of litigation in both state and federal courts.
Scott brings a strong public policy background to his legal practice. His experience includes coordinating extensive electronic discovery for several large lawsuits across different state jurisdictions, liaising with regulators in an extensive antitrust investigation, and preparing strategy memos for voting rights organizations ahead of the 2020 election. After law school, Scott worked in the San Francisco office of an international law firm. He then returned to his native Pacific Northwest to serve as a law clerk to the Honorable Susan P. Graber of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and to the Honorable James L. Robart of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington.
Before law school, Scott worked as a consultant for state government clients and advised them on complex procurement projects, strategic initiatives, and organizational reviews.
In his free time Scott enjoys cycling, reading sci-fi and fantasy novels, and making wine with his parents in their garage.
- Washington (pending)
- Stanford University, B.A., Public Policy, with Distinction
– Phi Beta Kappa
– Outstanding Capstone Project Award: “A Model for States to Price K-12 Online Courses”
- Columbia Law School, J.D.
– Hamilton Fellow
– Executive Notes Editor, Columbia Human Rights Law Review
– James Kent Scholar
- 2017 National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition, First Place
- Simon H. Rifkind Prize (for outstanding moot court performance)
- Suing for the City: Expanding Public Interest Group Enforcement of Municipal Ordinances, 50 COLUM. HUM. RTS. L. REV. 220 (2019)