It was just a mission statement. Forming Weiss Brown was something Scott had always envisioned, but it took a while for it to gel into something tangible.

It was not about leaving “big law,” but more about helping clients on his own terms – and terms they like better. Whether coming to agreement in a transaction or resolving a business dispute, Scott believes “human issues” often hold the key to unlocking problems. He looks forward to meeting new personalities and enjoys working together to achieve a common goal.


J.D., cum laude, Arizona State University College of Law, 1998

Certified Public Accountant (Arizona, 1994)

B.S., Accounting, The University of Arizona, 1991

Professional/Community Involvement:

Eller College of Management (University of Arizona) – National Board of Advisors (2020-present)

Board member – New Way Learning Academy (2013-2019) (Board Chair 2017-2018)

Steward — McDowell Sonoran Conservancy (Feb 2023 – Present)


Phoenix Magazine top Lawyer 2022, 2024

Listed, Chambers & Partners USA Guide, an annual listing of the leading business lawyers and law firms in the world, 2008-2010, 2014-2024 editions

Listed, Best Lawyers in America, 2009-2024

  • Corporate Lawyer of the Year (Scottsdale) 2016, 2018, 2022, 2024
  • Securities Regulation Lawyer of the Year (Scottsdale) 2021
  • Securities Regulation Lawyer of the Year (Phoenix) 2012

Selected as one of the Top 50 Super Lawyers in Arizona, 2010 – 2024 editions

Selected as one of the Top 100 Lawyers in Arizona, AZ Business Magazine 2015, 2017-2024

Selected as one of Arizona’s Business Leaders, AZ Business Magazine 2015, 2018-2024

Before Weiss Brown:

Greenberg Traurig, LLP (1998-2010)

Arthur Andersen LLP (1991-1995)

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