Having grown up on a small farm in Te Awamutu, Scott has always enjoyed rural provincial
New Zealand. After attending Southwell School, Hamilton and Kings College, Auckland –
where he excelled in sports (captaining the First IV and rowing in the First VIII) – he attended
Canterbury University graduating with a BA (History) LLB in 1996. Scott completed a
Certificate of Proficiency in Environmental Law, Masters Level, Auckland University while
working as a lawyer for the Northland Conservancy, Department of Conservation.
Scott enjoys working with clients from all walks of life and always strives to get the best results he can for them. He mostly practices commercial/property law and environmental/resource management law – and is proud to provide services for all his clients, including Taranaki Cricket Association Incorporated and the Taranaki Rugby Football Union (TRFU), Kaitake Rugby Club/Community Sports Hub, Surf Break Protection, Taranaki Playcentre Association.
Still a keen sportsman, he enjoys the outdoors and all that Taranaki and New Zealand have to offer – such as diving, fishing, skiing, surfing, mountain biking and tramping. Scott enjoys spending time with friends and family. Being married with three children he is passionate about New Zealand’s future and the environment, people, communities, and future generations of this country.