Shay S. Scott started at Haglund Kelley in 1992 and has been practicing for 30 years. He received his Bachelor of Music degree in Music Theory and Composition in 1987 from Arizona State University, with an emphasis on piano performance. As a student he won Composer of the Year and a scholarship. After graduation Shay spent years performing, composing modern music, and building and operating recording studios.
Shay obtained his J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law. During law school Shay served as Executive Editor of the Oregon Law Review and won the Oregon Law Review’s award for Editorial Excellence. He also served on the Moot Court Board for two years and won the Award for Best Brief in the school’s legal writing competition.
Shay is skilled in a wide range of practice areas but focuses on business law, litigation, and antitrust law. He has extensive experience resolving complex business disputes, and he enjoys assisting clients in the formation of new businesses and serving as their general counsel. Shay forms personal connections with his clients and is committed to helping them navigate difficult legal issues efficiently. Shay frequently performs pro bono work for the under-served and elderly populations.
- State Courts of Oregon and Washington
- U.S. District Courts of Oregon and Washington
- U.S. Court of Federal Claims
- U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and Federal Circuit
- J.D., University of Oregon School of Law
- B.M., Music Theory and Composition, Arizona State University
- Pro bono work for under-served and elderly populations