Scott Carmouche received his Juris Doctorate from the Paul M. Hebert School of Law at Louisiana State University, along with a Bachelor of Civil Law undergraduate degree. He is a licensed attorney in the state of Louisiana and has worked in the property rights realm for most of his 19-year career. Scott has analyzed and reviewed property title on over 100,000 acres of land in Louisiana. Over those 19 years, Scott had analyzed and handled a plethora of property rights issues. He presents regularly on the topics of servitude, acquisitive prescription (squatting), and many other property and ownership issues.
Scott began practicing with his late father George L. Carmouche. George was the Commissioner of Conservation and the highest Oil & Gas official in the State of Louisiana.
Scott is certified by the Louisiana State Bar Association as a Civil Litigation and Child Custody & Visitation Mediator. Prior to attending law school, Scott worked as a Law Enforcement Officer in California and Florida, where a majority of his experience was in dispute resolution and mediation. He has an extensive background and training in alternative dispute resolution and mediation while in law school and through various State & Bar sanctioned programs and certifications. He continues his training and education yearly and participates as an adviser to those learning the practice of mediation and dispute resolution.
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