Attorney Profile


  • Duquesne University , Pittsburgh, PA
    Juris Doctor (1982)
    Editor Duquesne Law Review
  • Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
    AB Degree Economics, Cum Laude (1975)


30 years of highly diversified experience representing a wide variety of corporate clients and individuals in all aspects of labor, employment and school law.

Eight years of experience as a board member and president of a large public school district located in southwestern Pennsylvania.


4167 Pape Clement Court, Suite A
Allison Park, PA 15101

(412) 600-2858


Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Mark E. Scott graduated from Harvard University in 1975. He received his BA degree, cum laude, in economics, with a concentration in labor studies and employment related issues. While at Harvard, Mark was a member of the varsity football team for three years (letterman), including Harvard’s 1974 Ivy League Championship Football Team.

After Harvard, Mark accepted a position in labor relations with Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation. Initially assigned to work at J&L’s Aliquippa, Pennsylvania works, a huge fully integrated steel plant located along the banks of the Ohio River, Mark’s primary duties included contract administration, grievance processing through and including final and binding arbitration, and collective bargaining. Mark also had significant responsibility for the formulation, development and implementation of incentive compensation plans, job descriptions and classifications, affirmative action plans, and supervisory development programs . Mark received regular promotions while at J&L to positions of increasing responsibility, culminating in the position of Manager of Labor Agreements.

While employed at J&L, Mark enrolled in Duquesne University’s Evening Program of Legal Study. Mark graduated from Duquesne Law School in 1982; where he served as an Editor on the Duquesne Law Review. His program of legal study emphasized labor and employment law, discrimination and other employment related issues.