Scott Hook was raised in Fauquier County. He graduated from Massanutten Military Academy in 1995 and went to work for several years before putting himself through college. Scott graduated Summa Cum Laude from Radford University in 2003. While at Radford he began taking interest in legal rulings and their impact on society. Scott enrolled in Seton Hall University School of Law and graduated as a Dean's Scholar. While at Seton Hall, he had the opportunity to work for the City of New York Department of Buildings and explore the city his forefathers helped to build. After graduating from Seton Hall, Scott decided to return home to Fauquier County.
Scott served as the Town Prosecutor for the Town of Warrenton, Virginia from 2006 to 2008. In 2008 he joined a prominent local law firm and stayed with them until 2017. He served on the Board of Directors for the Fauquier County Chamber of Commerce for six years as well as contributing to other local organizations. He will leverage his knowledge of the local communities to help move you forward.
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Scott C. Hook
From the smallest littering ticket to multi-million dollar lawsuits, Scott C. Hook has represented people and businesses in all areas of the law. He has helped many entrepreneurs turn their dreams into successful businesses. Scott enjoys practicing in multiple areas of the law so that he can guide his clients in all aspects of their life. He has successfully tried numerous jury trials in Fauquier County and the surrounding jurisdictions. His deep connection to the community helps to provide a unique insight to any matter.
Seton Hall University School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2006
B.S., Geography, 2003
Activities & Affiliations
• Virgina State Bar, Member
• Fauquier Bar Association, Member
• Fauquier County Chamber of Commerce,former Board Member