Hon. Gregory Kellam Scott
Professor Emeritus of Law
Associate Professor: 1980 - 1992
B.S., 1970, Ed.M., 1971, Rutgers University
J.D., 1977, Indiana University School of Law
Gregory Kellam Scott earned his bachelor’s degree in environmental science and master’s degree in education from Rutgers University. He earned his law degree from Indiana University School of Law in 1977 where he graduated Cum Laude. Prior to joining the College of Law faculty, Scott served as a Trial Attorney for the Securities and Exchange Commission and served briefly as general counsel for Blinder, Robinson & Co. He also served as general counsel for Commercial Energies, inc. from 1989-1991. Scott left teaching to become the first African American to sit on the Colorado State Supreme Court on January 15, 1993.