Attorney in Baton Rouge, Joseph K. Scott III
DEDICATED TO PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF ADULTS & CHILDREN
Baton Rouge attorney, Joseph K. Scott, III, graduated from Louisiana State University Law Center in May of 2002, where he was a member of the school’s Law Review.
He practices primarily in criminal defense, family, and juvenile law. Joseph has worked as a law clerk to a Juvenile Court Judge, associate in a small firm, government lawyer, and as a solo practitioner. Joseph is admitted to all State and Federal courts in Louisiana, as well as the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Joseph has taught continuing legal education courses in juvenile and criminal law, written various articles on criminal law for the Baton Rouge Bar Journal and Louisiana State Bar Journal. He has also instructed volunteers for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), serves as an assistant Bar Examination grader, and served as a guest speaker on family and criminal law issues for local educators and bar associations.
Prior to attending law school, Joseph worked in advertising as a copywriter and print buyer, a parochial school teacher, and as a manager in civil service. Joseph’s experience in organizations large and small, as a small business owner, and as a father and husband give him a well-rounded perspective on the legal issues faced by his clients. He is married to the former MaryJo McConnell, and is the father of William and Lauren Scott.
To learn how Joseph K. Scott, III can help your family with your legal difficulties (criminal, family or juvenile law issues), call (225) 478-1128.
“I consider trial by jury as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution.” – Thomas Jefferson