ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Scott later attended Salmon P. Chase College of Law where he received his Juris Doctorate in 1993 and also was a winner in a national legal brief writing competition sponsored by the National Rifle Association. The brief, entitled The “Right Most Valued by Freemen”, concerned the origins and historical development of the citizens right to keep and bear arms. It was later published in the NKU academic journal Perspectives in History as well as cited by former NRA legal counsel Robert Dowlut in an article written for the Stanford Law Review.
Scott currently lives in Kentucky with his wife and three children. They hope to live in the Commonwealth for the rest of their lives and continue to enjoy the firearms tradition which has been a part of Kentucky since the days of Daniel Boone and Simon Kenton.