Scott CopelandScott Copeland is a trial lawyer with experience in multiple types of litigation, including direct condemnation by government agencies, inverse condemnation, and linear corridor acquisitions. True to the standard of Brigham Property Rights Law Firm, Scott only represents property owners in defending their Constitutional right to full compensation.

He was involved in successfully representing multiple property owners who were directly affected by the Sabal Trail Pipeline. He has also defended property owners against Gulf Power Company and Duke Energy for high voltage transmission lines. He is experienced in heavily litigated cases involving land use and zoning, where use and value of real estate were at issue.

Scott has previously presented at the Florida CLE, International Eminent Domain conference on issues surrounding natural gas takings in federal courts and the ALI-CLE National Eminent Domain and Land Value Litigation Conference.

Scott started practicing law after several years serving in local church ministry. He has garnered substantial litigation experience representing clients in both large and small cases statewide. His experience includes representing private property owners in both in state and federal court. He is also a Florida affiliate member of Owners’ Counsel of America, a nationwide network of eminent domain attorneys dedicated to defending property owners.  

Scott is a graduate of Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida (B.S., Chemistry, 1993). He received his Juris Doctorate from the Liberty University School of Law (J.D. 2015) and was admitted into the Florida Bar in 2015. He is also admitted to practice before the Middle and Northern Districts of the United States District Court in Florida, as well as the Eleventh Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals.