Born and raised in Stone Harbor, New Jersey, Scott Lloyd earned his law degree at Catholic University of America's Columbus School of Law. He received his undergraduate education at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Scott is a member of the Virginia Bar.
While at Catholic University, Scott served as a research assistant in the school's Law & Religion Program. In that capacity, Scott assisted fellow LegalWorks Apostolate attorney Bob Destro in representing the Schiavo family during the famous case, Schindler v. Schiavo. He built on this experience by helping Americans United for Life develop a policy on end-of-life issues and by helping the Congressional Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy, and Human Resources prepare for a hearing, as well as the ensuing report, on chemical abortion drug RU-486.
As an attorney, Scott worked in the General Counsel's Office of the U.S. Department for Health and Human Services during the Bush Administration, where he co-authored the 2008 "conscience rule" that protected doctors and other health services providers from coercion or intimidation. Later, at the General Law Division, he handled employment and medical malpractice defense litigation.
Following his tenure in public service, Scott joined Wood, Maines, & Nolan, PC as Of Counsel. In that role, he assisted fellow LegalWorks Apostolate attorney Stu Nolan in the representation of numerous lay apostolate broadcasters.
Scott's considerable experience in law and policy has him well positioned to represent those seeking assistance in the fields of communications, employment, medical malpractice, and religious liberties law.
Scott and his wife Ann have been blessed with three children. He has taught religion classes at his parish. Scott is a member of the Knights of Columbus Santa Maria Council, Vienna, Virginia, and of the band Day of Salvation.