Education

Boston College Law School
JD, 2013, magna cum laude

Boston College
BS, 2010, cum laude

Admissions

Massachusetts

Practice Areas

Courtney A. Scott

Associate

t 617-248-4816   f 617-248-4000

Courtney Scott participated in the firm’s Summer Associate Program in 2012.

During law school, Ms. Scott worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Gordon H. Piper of the Massachusetts Land Court, where she prepared draft summary judgments and motions to dismiss and evaluated briefs.  Also while in law school, Ms. Scott received first place in Boston College Law School’s Client Counseling Competition and was a semifinalist at the ABA Regional competition.

Before joining the Wealth Management group, Ms. Scott was an associate in the firm’s Business & Technology group, focusing primarily on representing middle market private equity firms in growth equity investments, mergers, acquisitions and sales and counseling privately held companies in general corporate matters.

Practice Focus

Wealth Management:  assist in estate planning and trusts and estates administration, research related tax and fiduciary issues on behalf of families, individuals and non-profit clients.

Representative Engagements

  • Drafts estate planning documents, including wills and revocable trusts; irrevocable trusts; and grantor retained annuity trusts (GRATs)
  • Works closely with teams advising family members across multiple generations to facilitate tax efficient transfer of wealth.
 

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