Nashville School of Law

Scott Webster Fielding


150 3rd Avenue South
Suite 1100
Nashville, TN 37201

Scott Fielding’s practice is primarily in the areas of real estate law, real estate acquisition and development, title insurance, office, medical office and retail leasing, condominium and condominium association law, commercial lending (represents both borrowers and lenders), and general corporate transactions.

Scott serves as an instructor at The Nashville School of Law in the area of Property Law.

Mr. Fielding is a 1999 graduate of Vanderbilt Law School, where he was an editor of the Vanderbilt Law Review and author of “Free Competition or Corporate Theft?: The Need for Courts to Consider the Employment Relationship in Preliminary Steps Disputes.” Mr. Fielding graduated cum laude from Centre College with a bachelor of science degree in history and economics and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He earned a master’s degree in American history from the University of Kentucky.

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Centre College, B.S. 1993
University of Kentucky M.A. 1995

Law Degree
Vanderbilt University 1999

Bar Admission
Tennessee (1999)

Professional Memberships & Activities
Member of Nashville, Tennessee and American Bar Associations
Member of ABA Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Section
Real Property Office Leasing Committee (Vice Chairman 2013-2016)

Civic Memberships & Activities
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville, Inc. (Board Member 2012-present)

Accolades & Distinctions
Woodard/White: The Best Lawyers In America 2016-2018 (Real Estate Law)
Nashville Business Journal Rising Stars in Commercial Real Estate 2003
Selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers 2009 (Real Estate)
Martindale-Hubbell AV Peer Review Rating
Vanderbilt Law Review
Phi Beta Kappa

Tennessee Practice Series – Volume 12 (West Publishing)
Co-Author with C. Mark Carver of several chapters on real estate law – including commercial and residential purchase agreements and escrow agreements.
Co-Editor with C. Mark Carver of Volume 12

Recent Presentations
Expansion Rights in Office Leases” panelist, American Bar Association Teleconference Program 2012
“Condo Law From Every Angle,” speaker, Tennessee Bar Association 2013
“Lesser Discussed Lease Provisions” panelist, American Bar Association Teleconference Program 2017
“To Negotiate or Not to Negotiate ‘Standard’ Lease Transactions” panelist, American Bar Association Teleconference 2016