Title: Principal, Litigation Support Consultant
Company: Paralegal Consulting Services
Location: Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
Scott Lawson, Principal at Paralegal Consulting Services, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in litigation support.
Since 2016, Mr. Lawson has excelled as the principal and litigation support consultant for Paralegal Consulting in Little Rock, providing legal and factual research, investigative case analysis, trial preparation services, discovery management, legal writing, and consulting at the pre-trial, trial, appellate and post-conviction stages of criminal prosecution. He has 20 years of experience in law enforcement and 15 years in paralegal services and litigation support work and earned a Bachelor of Arts in criminology and legal studies from Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado in 2016, and additionally completed specialized video forensics training from Input-Ace and specialized legal research training through Lexis and Casetext.
Mr. Lawson works directly with criminal defense attorneys, providing them with litigation support such as paralegal research, legal writing, video forensics, trial support (demonstrative exhibits) trial briefs, postconviction work conducting research and investigating cases. One of the most notable cases he participated in was a wrongful conviction case where an innocent individual spent 20 years in prison after his wrongful conviction for murdering his wife. As part of his research, he conducts PowerPoint presentations for the attorneys on board as well as video reviews, document reviews, cellphone extraction reviews, legal research about the strategies the attorneys want to employ, background research and he attends the preliminary hearing and presents cases with trial presentation software.
Mr. Lawson’s success is due to his attention to detail, personalized service, the fact that he does not outsource any work, his personal connection with clients and his provision of resources to other lawyers who do not have access. In the coming years, he hopes to further grow the business and plans to hire an assistant to help him with the administrative work. Mr. Lawson also hopes to train and mentor another person to help him with the workload in handling cases.
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