Scott Williams graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science in 1985 and from California Western College of Law with a JD, cum laude honors, in 1988.   Scott was admitted to the State Bar of Arizona in 1988 and is also licensed to practice law in Colorado, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, and the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona.

Scott has represented the Maricopa County Public Housing Authority for more than 15 years in evictions and with respect to housing matters involving HUD.  He has conducted innumerable training programs for HUD qualified landlords and PHA staff.

Before starting his law career, Scott was a computer programmer and systems designer.  He has continued that work by developing the forms and procedures now used by the firm’s automated eviction, administrative and litigation system.  Most recently, Scott developed a client interface enabling firm clients to directly input eviction requests and receive management information at any time.

A number of other high volume eviction law firms in Arizona have either purchased the right to use forms and procedures developed by Scott or utilize them in their practices under license with WZP. Over the past thirty years of practice Scott has handled thousands of landlord-tenant cases.   Scott is a founding member of the Association of Landlord Tenant Attorneys as well as the author of the RESIDENTIAL TENANT RELATIONS MANUAL.

Finally, Scott is one of the leading practitioners in the state in the field of Election Law and was the attorney of record for the successful parties in a number of reported decisions from Arizona appellate courts.

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