Dimitra S. Scott, Esq.
Dimitra joined the firm in 2004. Dimitra enjoys engaging the entrepreneurial spirit of business owners and small companies to reach creative solutions. Whether working to resolve pending litigation or creating a framework for risk management, Dimitra is committed to her clients’ goals. Dimitra devotes much of her time to litigation, which enhances creativity in her strategic planning practice. As a family law litigator, Dimitra brings compassion and a balanced perspective to her clients. From negotiating a contract for employment to litigating residential time in a parenting plan, Dimitra is devoted to achieving positive and practical results.
Dimitra was raised in Mill Creek and graduated from Jackson High School. She received her undergraduate degree from Menlo College in Atherton, California, where she played fast pitch softball, maintained an academic scholarship, and graduated Magna Cum Laude. After returning to the Pacific Northwest, Dimitra attended Seattle University School of Law. Her academic honors in law school included maintaining a Diversity Scholarship, receiving a CALI award for Street Law and graduating cum laude.
Dimitra and her family reside in one of Everett’s historic districts. They enjoy the splendor of living in the Pacific Northwest and spend much of their free time outdoors with their dog, whether playing sports, enjoying a walk on the beach, or sitting by the camp fire.
Employment, Business, Commercial and Civil Litigation, Family Law
2004, Washington; U.S. District Court,
Western District of Washington
Menlo College, Bachelor of Science (Major: Business Management; Minor: MIS); Seattle University School of Law, JD
Washington State Bar Association (Member: Employment, Family, and Litigation Law Sections); American Bar Association (Member: Employment, Family Law, and Litigation); King County Bar Association; Snohomish County Bar Association; Washington Women Lawyers; Primerus (Member: Young Lawyers Group, Labor and Employment Law Group)
Community and Business Associations
MAMAS of Seattle (Mother Attorney Mentoring Association); Seafair Boat Club