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  • Writer's pictureLisa Campion

LMC Law Welcomes Amy Escott!

We are excited to announce Amy Escott, Esq. joined LMC Law, PLLC of counsel in August 2023.

Before embarking on her legal career, Amy was a woodworker and small business owner, highlighting her entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to making a positive impact. Her interest in law led her to enroll in Vermont's 4-Year Law Office Study Program, a rigorous program that allowed her to delve into the legal world while gaining practical experience. During her four years clerking with the Honorable Judge Thomas G. Walsh, Amy immersed herself in land use and estate planning matters, laying the foundation for her expertise in these essential areas of law. Subsequently, she spent two transformative years at the Vermont Land Trust, where she honed her real estate skills and gained extensive experience with conservation easements.

Amy's passion for the law goes beyond just practicing it. She believes in using her skills to make a difference in people's lives, and that's precisely what led her to work with the Pride Center of Vermont to start the first LGBTQ-focused legal clinic in the state. Her commitment to diversity and inclusivity makes her a valuable asset not just to our team but to the community as well.

At LMC Law, we pride ourselves on building strong, trusted relationships with our clients. Amy's approach to her practice aligns perfectly with this ethos. She finds joy in helping people navigate complex legal situations and cherishes the emotional moments when her clients find relief, happiness, and gratitude through her guidance.

Welcome to LMC Law Amy!

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