Tallahassee attorney Clint Wallace received a Bachelor of Science in both Real Estate and Risk Management/Insurance from Florida State University, where he was a University Scholar. While in college, Clint served as the social and athletics chairman for the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, and was involved with several political campaigns.
After working with the Florida Senate, Clint attended Florida State University College of Law, where he received his Juris Doctorate, cum laude. While in law school, Clint was a member of the Florida State Law Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law. In addition, the College of Law recognized Clint for his commitment to providing pro bono work.
Upon graduation from law school, Clint took a job with one of the nations largest construction law firms, Smith, Currie & Hancock. During his time with that firm, Clint gained valuable experience working with complex litigation matters involving multi-million dollar disputes. In 2010, Clint left Smith, Currie & Hancock to start Scott & Wallace LLP with his partner, Robert.