Jeffrey Schott graduated from Westtown School in Westtown, Pennsylvania in 1988. He attended Lebanon Valley College, where he majored in Economics and Political Science. He then attended Widener University School of Law, where he made Dean’s List every semester, was a member of Law Review and the Trial Advocacy Honor Society, was granted a Faculty Award Scholarship, and received two American Jurisprudence Awards as well as the 1998 Legal Research and Writing Award.
In addition to fifteen years of practice with an emphasis on Social Security Disability and Labor and Employment law, Mr. Schott has taught a number of courses for paralegal students, including Contracts, Civil Litigation, Torts, Legal Research and Writing, Criminal Law, and Legislative Analysis.
He resides in Lebanon County, and outside of work he enjoys scuba diving, gardening, and volunteering for a number of cancer patient advocacy and animal welfare organizations. He currently serves as Chair for the Lebanon County Bark for Life.
- Lebanon Valley College (B.A., 1995);
- Widener University (J.D., 1998). Law Review, Trial Advocacy Honor Society. Paralegal Instructor, 1999-2000.
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Social Security Disability
- Labor and Employment
- Medical Malpractice
- Civil Rights