Scott began his legal career in 1990, as a law clerk and docket manager at O’Flaherty and Belgum in Los Angeles, CA. He graduated from Southwestern University School of Law and was admitted to the CA bar in 1994, at which time he became a full-time litigator at O’Flaherty & Belgum. Over the last 15 years, he has been providing software solutions to law firms of all sizes, from solo practitioners to AMLAW 100 members in a wide range of areas, including Docketing, Case Management, Records Management, Document Management, Time and Billing, and other ancillary products. Scott first started working with court rules at Versys Corporation. Scott was hired at LegalKEY to build and add court rules to LegalKEY Critical Dates in 2004. In late 2007, he spent a year trying to transition LegalKEY Critical Dates software and customers to American LegalNet, where he led the effort to build eDockets, as the Product Manager, and where he co-invented their AUTODOCKET® feature. Mr. Davis left American LegalNet in 2008 and formed CalendarRules.
Nick is the main architect, designer and technical lead for CalendarRules. He combines over twelve years of hands-on experience in software architecture and programming. Over the years he has developed a number of Docketing and Court Rules management systems. In 2003, he joined the LegalKEY team where he led development of the Critical Dates product line. Nick has been working with Mr. Davis since 2004, building top quality software solutions for the legal industry.
Amy graduated from University of California, Hastings College of the Law in 1999 and was admitted to the California Bar the same year. She has practiced as both a litigator, and a transactional attorney for firms like Hancock Rothert & Bunshoft (now Duane Morris) in San Francisco and Norton Rose in Paris. Amy has been building and maintaining court rules related content with Mr. Davis since 2005.