Scott Templeton works with a broad range of corporate, health care and professional clients in business law (transactional, employment and regulatory) matters. He is “AV Preeminent” rated by Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review process, repeatedly named to North Carolina’s “Legal Elite” in business law by Business North Carolina magazine, annually listed in the “Best Lawyers in America” in Employment Law – Management, and is also named a “Super Lawyer” in Health Care by Thomson Reuters.
Before returning to Winston-Salem in 2004, Scott served in Raleigh as Deputy Secretary of State (1997-2004), and before that as legal counsel to the Department of Labor (1991-96). He has a business degree from UNC (1983), and his law degree from Wake Forest (1989), where he served on the Law Review and the school’s National Trial Team. Scott was also a law clerk to Justice Burley B. Mitchell, Jr. on the North Carolina Supreme Court (1989-90).