Crowe & Dunlevy has named Elizabeth “Libby” Scott as chair of the firm’s Administrative & Regulatory Practice Group. In this role, she will lead a team of attorneys dedicated to serving a wide variety of clients with government, regulatory and legislative needs, from taxation to licensure and regulation on every level of government. The firm has extensive experience handling matters involving federal, state and local governmental agencies, boards and commissions as well as healthcare regulatory agencies.
“Libby brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this role, leading our group of talented, accomplished attorneys,” said Timila S. Rother, president and CEO of the firm. “Administrative, regulatory and governmental relations issues can be some of the most complicated legal issues for our clients, and with Libby’s leadership, our attorneys will continue to help clients identify and solve these complex issues.”
Crowe & Dunlevy is a founding member of State Law Resources, a national network of independent law firms—one from each state and two from the District of Columbia—each selected for its demonstrated abilities in handling administrative, regulatory and governmental relations issues at state and federal levels.
Scott is based in the firm’s Oklahoma City office and is also a member of the Healthcare and Criminal Defense, Compliance & Investigations Practice Groups. She primarily represents healthcare providers in state and federal administrative proceedings and all related litigation. Her practice also includes government affairs and legislative issues.
Prior to joining the firm, she served as an Assistant Attorney General in Oklahoma, where she was a prosecutor and general counsel for various state agencies in administrative and judicial proceedings. Scott began her career in private practice in the areas of commercial litigation and banking law.
Scott is a member of the State Bar Association and the American Inns of Court. She received her law degree with honors from the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where she was research editor for the Oklahoma Law Review. In addition, she has bachelor’s degrees in accounting and economics from Oklahoma State University.