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Meghan Scott

Noble Law Office

 

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Class
Class 28
First Name
Meghan
Last Name
Scott
Occupation
Attorney
 

COMPANY INFO

Company Name
Noble Law Office
Title
Attorney
 

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City
Yuma
State
Arizona
County
Yuma County
 

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Meghan Scott was born and raised in Yuma, Arizona and is the daughter of a third generation Arizona farmer. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona (BEAR DOWN!) in 2008 and her juris doctorate from the University of Oregon - School of Law, where she focused on legal writing and environmental law. Meghan returned home to practice law and is licensed to practice law in both Arizona and California. Upon returning to Yuma, she began to focus her legal career on water and agricultural law and representing the business client in all aspects, including business organization, contracts, human relations, and civil litigation. But her passion lies in representing Yuma agriculture. As an attorney at Noble Law Office, Meghan represents irrigation districts in Yuma, AZ and Bard, CA, and a number of agriculture clients. While she did not carry on the family business directly, Meghan strives to represent her clients and the agriculture industry, protect their resources, and defend their use of the same. She feels lucky to be able to contribute to the agricultural community in her own way and pay it back to the community and the people that have supported her.

Arizona Center for Rural Leadership

4341 E Broadway Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85040
602-827-8227
Arizona Center for Rural Leadership is a Public Private Partnership with The University of Arizona.



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