Jones Day's Stephen Scott named among Pittsburgh Business Times' "30 Under 30"
Stephen Scott, an associate in the Firm's Pittsburgh Office and Business & Tort Litigation Practice, was named to the Pittsburgh Business Times' "30 Under 30" list, which, in partnership with Leadership Pittsburgh Inc., honors leaders in Pittsburgh's business and nonprofit communities who are less than 30 years old.
Mr. Scott has served as a core member of Jones Day's Autonomous Vehicles, Artificial Intelligence & Robotics (AVAIR) initiative. He has helped educate and counsel clients globally on autonomous vehicle developments in the United States. He also supports international clients in their litigation risk assessments relating to other emerging technologies, including e-bikes.
Since joining Jones Day in 2020, Mr. Scott has also dedicated substantial time to the Firm’s nationwide Constitutional Policing & Civil Justice Reform (CPR) initiative, which engages in local and nationally coordinated efforts to achieve cultural and systemic changes in policing practices in minority communities throughout the United States, with an emphasis on the African American community. He additionally has been an active participant in Jones Day's pro bono Vet Lex program, which provides free legal advice to veterans in need who cannot afford legal counsel. Mr. Scott is also active in the Pittsburgh Office's Black Lawyers Group fellowship and advancement efforts, supporting the execution of the office's Diversity, Inclusion & Advancement Committee events, including the annual Black History Month event. He mentors diverse junior associates, law clerks, and law students in the advancement of their careers.
Leaders named to the Pittsburgh Business Times' “30 Under 30” list are selected for their successful efforts to grow a business or nonprofit and for their contributions to the community and civic organizations.