Kendall Scott joined Ropes & Gray in the litigation department in 2015.
During law school, Kendall was a Student Honors Program intern with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and, through her participation in a community clinic, represented indigent defendants in appeals from criminal convictions before the Maryland Court of Appeals. Kendall served as a managing editor of the George Washington Law Review and as President for George Washington’s Law Association for Women.
Prior to law school Kendall worked as a Due Diligence Associate at an anti-bribery compliance organization.
- Representing a privately owned investment fund as the plaintiff in a derivative suit for breach of fiduciary duty.
- Representing a senior executive of an international medical device manufacturer in a criminal investigation being conducted by the DOJ and FDA.
- Part of the trial team that represented a criminal defendant on federal public corruption and conspiracy charges in a three-week jury trial in the Southern District of New York.
- Assisted Criminal Justice Act appointed counsel in representation of criminal defendant charged with conspiracy in a federal jury trial and in a pending appeal to the Second Circuit.