Scott Verhey is an attorney practicing law in Chicago at his firm founded in 1995. Scott began private practice in 1991 concentrating on select commercial litigation and civil trial work. In 1996, he was appointed as a Special Assistant Attorney General of the State of Illinois. Since 1998, Scott has served as “Of Counsel” for Amari & Locallo, representing and consulting with the law firm in various areas of interest including real estate taxation issues and complex real estate transaction. During his career, Scott has tried cases and argued appeals in the Circuit Courts of Illinois and the U.S. District Court. In 2001 he was sworn in and licensed to appear before the United States Supreme Court. Scott has served on various boards for the Illinois State Bar Association and currently is a member of The John Marshall Law School Board of Trustees Litigation Committee.
Scott holds a degree in Political Science and Philosophy from Marquette University and a law degree from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago where he served on the Editorial Board of its Law Review.
In addition to his work for the Danny Did Foundation, Scott volunteers for Marquette University representing the school and meeting with prospective college students and their families at college fair events at Chicago area high schools.
Scott is grateful for the opportunity to help the Danny Did Foundation reach its main goal to prevent deaths caused by seizures. He is a past president of the DDF board of directors.