Scott practises mainly in the Crown Court as an advocate but he also undertakes attendances at police stations and the magistrates' court.
He was a partner in a firm from 2005 until 2015, when it ceased to do criminal law, and joined a firm in Cardiff.
Scott moved back to Newport (his hometown) in 2017 to join a legal aid firm before moving to his current practice and away from legal aid funded crime.
He was elected to Council in a contested election in 2019 and has been connected to the Law Society since 2015 through his committee appointments.
Area of practice
Advocacy; crime – general, domestic violence, fraud, juvenile, legal aid, road traffic, sexual offences; litigation – general
Groups/boards served on
Access to Justice Committee; Criminal Law Committee; Membership and Communications Committee; National Board for Wales