Building on her background in personal injury and client counseling, Scottie focuses her work on the client experience aspect of mass litigation, striving to be an empathetic advocate for every client.
At Keller Postman, Scottie is currently working on a product-liability multi-district litigation against manufacturers and sellers of acetaminophen, which causes autism spectrum disorder and/or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder when a child is exposed in utero.
Prior to joining Keller Postman, Scottie counseled thousands of injury victims as an intake attorney for a personal injury firm. She began her law career at Thompson Coburn, LLP gaining extensive litigation experience in the areas of banking and business litigation, white collar crime and intellectual property.
Scottie earned her law degree from Washington University in St. Louis. She graduated magna cum laude from Indiana University, where she studied journalism through the honors college.
She is licensed to practice law in Missouri only.
"Shortly after moving from defense litigation to plaintiff’s side, I was speaking with a woman who had been seriously injured in an accident. She began crying so we just talked for a bit. At the end of the conversation she said, “I can’t tell you how much better I feel after talking to you.” It was a wonderful feeling to know that I could help someone simply by being a good listener and advocate."