Andrew Scott is a Member of PK Law and part of the firm’s Education, Labor and Employment Group. He represents public school systems, private schools, and private sector employers before federal and state courts, federal and state civil rights agencies, and the Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings on a variety of matters, including employment discrimination litigation, collective bargaining, teacher and student discipline, construction and procurement, and wage and hour claims. Mr. Scott also advises clients on the design and implementation of employment agreements, employee handbooks, policies, and procedures.
Mr. Scott has represented colleges and universities in ensuring compliance with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and has drafted and negotiated employment contracts, joint venture contracts, facilities contracts, and liability waivers.
Mr. Scott is an adjunct professor of school law at Johns Hopkins University and McDaniel College, and has also lectured on employment law at the University of Maryland School of Law and the University of Baltimore School of Law.
Prior to joining PK Law, Mr. Scott was a law clerk to the Honorable Mary Ellen Barbera of the Court of Appeals of Maryland, and the Honorable Albert J. Matricciani, Jr. of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland. As a law clerk, Mr. Scott analyzed appellate briefs and trial records and drafted opinions involving all areas of civil, criminal, and administrative law, including contract, tort, complex business transactions, land use, labor and employment, and criminal law and procedure.
While in law school, Mr. Scott served as the Associate Managing Editor of the Suffolk University Law Review.