Ronald C. Scott named as a 2016 S.C. Leadership in Law Honoree

Ronald C. Scott    Firm Chairman

Ronald C. Scott
Firm Chairman

Scott & Corley, P.A. is pleased to announce that its Firm Chairman, Ronald (“Ron”) C. Scott, has been selected as a 2016 Leadership in Law Honoree by South Carolina Lawyers Weekly®. The annual award recognizes legal professionals from across the state that have achieved success in their practice and had a positive impact on the legal community as well as made contributions to society at large. Mr. Scott is one of only 30 South Carolina attorneys to receive this year’s honor. Winners were nominated by their peers and selected by South Carolina Lawyers Weekly® for the award.

Mr. Scott is a former resident of Darlington. He is the son of the late Robert C. Scott, Jr, and Dr. Louise Tinsley Scott, who were well-known former residents of Darlington.

Mr. Scott has received multiple civic and professional recognitions over his almost 40-year career in the practice of law, including having been named to Best Lawyers in America® in the category of Mortgage Banking Finance and Foreclosure Law every year since the category was first created in 2010. In addition, Columbia Business Monthly® recently featured Mr. Scott as the top attorney vote recipient as voted by his attorney peers in the category of Governmental Affairs for the Legal Elite of the Midlands for 2015.
South Carolina Lawyers Weekly® is a regional publication established in 2001 which provides legal news to its many readers on timely topics including the latest case law, legal opinions and court decisions.

Scott & Corley
Scott & Corley, P.A. and its predecessors have been serving its clients in multiple areas of practice since 1976. The firm offers statewide representation to banks, mortgage lenders and servicers and focuses on personalized client service, professional integrity, contemporary innovation and compliance-driven solutions. For more information, please visit

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