Mr Scott Segal > Bracewell LLP > Washington DC, United States > Lawyer Profile

Bracewell LLP
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WASHINGTON DC 20036
United States

Position

Scott Segal is co-chair of the firm’s Policy Resolution Group, the government relations and strategic communications section at Bracewell. He has more than two decades of experience across a broad range of policy and communications issues, with particular experience dealing with energy, the environment and natural resources. Other areas of experience range from healthcare to financial services to trade and manufacturing issues. A practicing lawyer, Scott assists clients with effective participation in the legislative and regulatory processes. Additionally, Scott helps guides clients with strategic planning and communications in changed circumstances through public-affairs initiatives, monitoring, advocacy and negotiations with the United States Congress and administrative agencies of the federal government. He has testified before Congress and administrative agencies numerous times on matters related to energy and environmental policy.

Education

The University of Texas School of Law, J.D., 1989; Emory University, Bachelor of Arts, 1986, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Government > Government relations

Scott Segal and E. Dee Martin lead the Washington DC-based government relations practice which sits within the wider policy resolution group at Bracewell LLP. Known by peers and the industry for their strong environmental and energy expertise, the team assists utility companies, refiners, renewables and chemical producers in regulatory and legislative issues. The team is also renowned for their expertise in FBI policy issues, and also provides strategic media and professional communication services to its clients. Segal is a key contact in the industry for energy and environmental legislation, leading in climate change policy development. Martin regularly advises corporations, industry coalitions, trade associations, and non-profit organizations through the regulatory and public affairs aspects of governmental advocacy campaigns. Christine Wyman and Joshua Zive are also of note, focusing on policy strategy development and international trade respectively.