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James J. Scott

  • General Counsel
  • CRB
  • 701 Emerson Road
    Suite 500
  • St. Louis, Missouri 63141

Education

  • Undergraduate: Bachelor of Arts, cum laude University of Missouri, 1973
  • Law School: Saint Louis University, 1976

Career History

Jim Scott is General Counsel to CRB, a global design, construction and consulting company serving life science and advanced technology clients.

Biography

Jim Scott is General Counsel to CRB, a global design, construction and consulting company serving life science and advanced technology clients.

He is a Lecturer in the Sam Fox School of Architecture at Washington University in St. Louis.

Professional Activities

  • American Bar Association (1976-Present)
  • Forum on the Construction Industry (1985-Present)
  • Chairman (1994-1995), Governing Committee Member (1991-1996) and Former Chairman of Design/Build and Construction Management Division (1988-1991)
  • Missouri Bar (1976-Present)
  • Lecturer, School of Architecture, Washington University in St. Louis (1984-Present)
  • American Arbitration Association
  • Association of Corporate Counsel

 

Representative Articles, Publications, Speeches and Seminars

  • Forty Years of History, ABA Forum on Construction Law (2016)
  • Professionalism and Client Development, ABA Forum on Construction Law (2015)
  • Managing Uncertainty and Expectations in Building Design and Construction, American Institute of Architects (2015)
  • Risk Lessons from the Beartooth Mountains, 10th Annual Construction Law Institute, Montana Bar Association (2014)
  • New Developments in Project Delivery, CSI (2013)
  • Conflict Management in Today’s Construction Industry, St Louis Council of Construction Consumers (2012)
  • 21st Century Ethics for Construction Lawyers, ABA Forum on the Construction Industry (2012)
  • The Future of Construction Law, American College of Construction Lawyers (2012)
  • Construction Lawyer Perspectives on Best Value, St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers (2011)
  • Mind the Gap: Legal Perspectives on the Use of BIM, Associated General Contractors (2011)
  • Construction Lawyering in the Age of the Unthinkable, American College of Construction Lawyers (2010)
  • Risk Management and Contract Processes,  ABA Forum on the Construction Industry (2009).
  • Integrated Project Delivery, American Institute of Architects, Associated General Contractors (2009).
  • Building Information Modeling, Design-Build Institute of America (2009).
  • Collaboration, Conflict Management and Compliance, Construction Industry Institute (2009).
  • Dispute Prevention and Resolution,  Construction Industry Institute (2008).

 

“A Passion for the Remarkable.” The Construction Lawyer (2001).

Court Admissions

  • Missouri Bar, 1976
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri, 1976

Community Activities

Faculty Member, School of Architecture, Washington University in St. Louis

Missouri Supreme Court Rule 17 Mediator

American Arbitration Association, Member

Member, St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers

Certified BIM Instructor, Associated General Contractors



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