Scott St. Amand
Wake Forest University, B.A., English, Latin, 2007
University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law, J.D., 2010
Mr. St. Amand is a member of Rogers Towers’ Litigation Department and concentrates his practice in the areas of bankruptcy and commercial litigation.
Prior to joining Rogers Towers, Mr. St. Amand worked at Brennan, Manna & Diamond, P.L. practicing in the areas of commercial litigation, bankruptcy, transactions and labor law. During law school, Mr. St. Amand received a research fellowship conducting an empirical study of federal pleading standards. Mr. St. Amand also spent a year and a half as a law clerk to the Chesterfield County Attorney’s Office and Chesterfield County School Board Attorney in Chesterfield, Virginia, concentrating on local government, land use and planning, education, and constitutional law. Prior to law school, Mr. St. Amand spent three summers as a law clerk at the Jacksonville law firm of Pajcic & Pajcic, focusing on catastrophic personal injury and motor vehicle crash worthiness cases.
- American Bar Association
- Florida Bar Association
- Jacksonville Bar Association
- Middle District of Florida
- United States Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Florida
- American Bankruptcy Institute
- Editor-in-Chief, Richmond Journal of Law and Public Interest
- Recipient, QUEST Research Fellowship
- Recipient, Presidential Scholarship for Excellence in Writing
- Member, Eta Sigma Phi Honor Society
- "Serial Strippers Take National Stage: Fourth Circuit Permits Lien-Stripping in Chapter 20," XXXII ABI Journal 6, 14, July 2013.
- Protecting Neglect: The Constitutionality of Spiritual Healing Exemptions to Child Protection Statutes, 12 RICHMOND JOURNAL OF LAW AND THE PUBLIC INTEREST 139, 2009.
- “'Down’ Is Out ‘Off’ Is In: Stripping Liens after McNeal,” XXXI ABI Journal 6, July 2012.