Alease practices primarily in the areas of oil-and-gas, product liability, environmental, and energy litigation.
Prior to joining Kuchler Polk Weiner, Alease was a law clerk at Louisiana’s 38th Judicial District Court and for Division “J” of Orleans Parish Civil District Court. While in law school, Alease was a research assistant and was a recipient of the Chancellor’s Leadership Award and the Student Bar Association President’s Award. Alease spent the summer after her first year studying abroad at University College London, at which time she studied Comparative Constitutional Law.
Alease has extensive experience with the production and review of large-scale discovery. Her experience includes organizing and indexing productions while identifying significant documents and analyzing deficiencies of incoming discovery. She is proficient in both hard-copy and electronic discovery.
When she is not working, Alease enjoys spending time with family and friends, trying new restaurants around the city, traveling, attending festivals, and cheering on the Saints.
Alease T. Scott, Constructive Knowledge in Act 312 Lawsuits, Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel Newsletter, April 2020.