Scott L. Malouf is a social media attorney and solo practitioner.
He helps other lawyers identify social media evidence, and resulting claims, in all phases of litigation and investigations. He also helps organizations use social media for business, advising on social media guidelines, policies, practices and crisis response.
Scott was recently appointed to the American Bar Association/BNA Lawyers Manual on Professional Conduct Editorial Advisory Board. He is also a contributor to the ABA publication Handbook on Global Social Media Laws for Business Lawyers (Chapter 7: Defamation, Discovery of Sources, and Fake News). Scott’s contribution focused on social media crisis communications and an attorney’s role in a social media crisis.
Scott is also an active member of the New York State Bar Association’s Social Media Committee, where he co-authored the Social Media Ethics Guidelines, an influential national ethics resource and contributed to the Social Media Jury Instructions Report. He also manages the Section’s Twitter feed and chairs CLEs.
Scott writes and speaks extensively and has appeared on television, National Public Radio (NPR), before the National Advertising Division (part of the BBB), on behalf of the American Board of Trial Advocates, in podcasts, at CLEs and in many other forums.
Scott is a Rochester, New York native. He received his B.A. from Hamilton College and his law degree from Vanderbilt University. He is licensed to practice law in New York and Massachusetts.
See more at Scott’s LinkedIn profile.
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