Mycol E. Scott


Contact Information

1111 N. Northshore Drive, Suite S-700
Knoxville, Tennessee 37919

Phone: 865-584-4040 ext. 238
Fax: 865-584-6084

[email protected]

One of the firm’s “homegrown” transactional attorneys, and an alumnus of the University of Tennessee (’16, G’19), Mycol Scott passed the Tennessee Bar Exam in 2019 and has been with the firm developing his practice ever since.

Mycol is a native of the Bearden area, where he continues to reside with his wife Hannah, a kindergarten teacher, and their two dogs. When he is not in the office, Mycol is likely spending time with family or friends, making music, hosting a game night, enjoying a comedy show, or training in mixed martial arts (having previously trained with multiple UFC fighters).

When it comes to representing clients, Mycol likes a good challenge and is passionate about what he does. He sincerely enjoys learning as much as he can about each client’s unique circumstances and finding the best ways to help each client achieve their goals, while also protecting their best interests in the long term. He particularly enjoys assisting non-profits, providing companies with general legal assistance akin to an “outsourced in-house counsel,” and educating clients intermittently to promote their autonomy, where appropriate.

In addition, Mycol assists clients with a wide variety of matters interrelated with his practice areas, including:

  • Advising and conducting preliminary legal research and due diligence in connection with a potential legal matter or business decision;
  • Drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and advising upon various legal documents;
  • Forming, converting, dissolving, advising and assisting entities;
  • Representing and advising small to mid-size companies in connection with a wide range of matters;
  • Consummating commercial transactions, such as mergers, acquisitions, asset purchases, and ownership interest transfers;
  • Assisting with due diligence, disclosure schedules, lien releases, and closing requirements;
  • Assisting in the acquisition of a large tourist attraction/ amusement park;
  • Forming 501(c)(3) eligible non-profit corporations and assisting with the procurement of 501(c)(3) tax exemption; and
  • Advising and forming churches and church cemetery entities.


B.A., The University of Tennessee, 2016, Psychology

J.D., The University of Tennessee College of Law, 2019

  • Sports & Entertainment Law Society
  • Federalist Society
  • Vols for Vets Student Organization


Tennessee, 2019


Knoxville Bar Association

Tennessee Bar Association