Scott A. Webber
Scott A. Webber is an Associate in our Workers’ Compensation Department.
Scott earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, Cum Laude, from Alfred University in 2017 where he was inducted into the Pi Sigma Alpha and Pi Gamma Mu honor societies. He double majored in Political Science and Philosophy with a minor in Public Law. Scott went on to earn his Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 2020. He earned the CALI Award for highest grade in Contracts and was on the Dean’s List throughout law school. Scott received the Best Advocate award during Intensive Trial Advocacy and competed on Chicago-Kent’s International Law Moot Court Honor Society team. While in law school, Scott was on the board of multiple organizations. Notably, Scott was appointed the Social Chair of Phi Alpha Delta, then elected the Justice of Blackstone Chapter, and finally inducted into Phi Alpha Delta’s Society of Scholars.
During law school and immediately prior to taking the bar exam, Scott worked for a boutique plaintiffs’ personal injury law firm as a 711(g) Licensed Law Clerk. Through this position, Scott gained extensive experience in research, writing, and argumentation. Scott drafted and filed most Complaints at Law while at the firm, managed a full case load, and earned numerous clients favorable outcomes. Nonetheless, Scott knew his passion rested with the defense.
Scott was a teaching assistant to Professor Felice Batlan, and he taught a weekly Contracts class to Chicago-Kent 1Ls.
Scott was admitted to the bar in 2021 and immediately jumped at the opportunity to join Rusin & Maciorowski. Scott looks forward to utilizing his history of academic achievement and professional success to zealously serve his clients.
In his spare time, Scott enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, NFL football, and listening to a myriad of sport and history podcasts.
B.A., Political Science, Philosophy, Alfred University, 2017
J.D., cum laude, Chicago-Kent College of Law, 2020
Young Lawyers Section, Chicago Bar Association