40 North Center Street Suite 200 Mesa, Arizona 85201
Offices in Peoria and Casa Grande
Scott Potter practices in the areas of Construction Defect Disputes, Construction Collections, Mechanics’ & Materialmen’s Liens, Bond Claims, Stop Notices, ROC Disputes, Foreclosures, Easement Disputes, and general Real Estate Law.
Bar Admissions: Scott was admitted to the State Bar of Arizona in 2007. He is licensed to practice before the Supreme Court of Arizona and the US District Court for the District of AZ.
Education and Honors: Scott earned his undergraduate degree in business finance from Brigham Young University. He then attended the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University and graduated with his J.D. in 2006. During law school, Scott served as the lead submissions editor for the Brigham Young University Journal of Public Law. He earned top honors in real estate development and computer based legal practice systems.
Professional Activities and Experience: Scott has experience in both litigation and appellate motion practice. Scott’s clients include private construction material suppliers, contractors, banks, homeowners and state agencies. Scott has served on the executive council of the Alternate Dispute Resolution Chapter of the Arizona State Bar as the Young Lawyer Representative. Scott was involved in successfully defending the property rights of landowners against the City of Tempe in its attempts to condemn property for the Tempe Marketplace. He is heavily involved with the Boy Scouts of America and serves as a Venturing Advisor. He is also fluent in Russian.
Please feel free to contact Mr. Potter or his legal assistant, Sandra Padilla.