Scott B. Seymann practices in the areas of personal injury, disability insurance bad faith, and products liability. Before embarking on his private practice career, Scott worked as a law clerk with Polsinelli Shughart PC in Phoenix, and as a judicial extern for U.S. District Court of Arizona Chief Judge Roslyn O. Silver. Prior to that Scott worked at the City of Glendale Prosecutor’s Office as a Rule 38 certified attorney, interned with the Victim Advocate division of the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office and spent two years on the Board of Directors of the Phoenix FBI Citizens’ Academy Alumni Association. Scott was a Cohen Scholar at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, and graduated with pro bono distinction.
While in law school Scott was President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Students Association, a Moot Court finalist, a shelter director for the Advocacy Program Against Domestic Violence, and an active volunteer with the Homeless Legal Assistance Program and the Arizona Justice Project. He worked with Arizona legislators to advance proposed legislation that would compensate wrongfully convicted prisoners.