Scott LeConey

Scott LeConey

Scott R. LeConey

401 Dal Hall Boulevard
Lake Placid, Florida 33852-6561

Telephone: 863.465.2811
Facsimile: 863.465.6999

scottleconey@heartlandlaw.com

Scott joined the firm of Swaine & Harris, P.A., as an associate in 2004.  Scott practices out of the Lake Placid Office and is a native of Sebring, Florida.

After graduating from Sebring High School, Scott enlisted in the United States Army in June 1989.  He was honorably discharged in June 1993.

After his military service, Scott graduated with his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Webber University.

Scott graduated from the Florida State University College of Law.  During law school Scott was involved in the Student Bar Association.

Upon graduation from law school, Scott served as Staff Attorney for the Honorable Judge Maloney of the Tenth Judicial Circuit, in Polk, Highlands and Hardee Counties, Florida.  Judge Maloney’s docket focused primarily on Felony and Circuit Civil cases.

In 2001, Scott moved to Houston, Texas, where he sat for and passed the Texas bar and practiced with the firm of Gregg & Gregg, P.C., in Houston, Texas.  While in Houston, Scott primarily focused his practice on general civil litigation and municipal law.

Scott moved back to his hometown of Sebring in 2004, where he began practicing in the Sebring Office of Swaine & Harris, P.A.  His practice is almost exclusively litigation, focusing on construction and civil litigation.

Scott is active in the Highlands County Bar Association, the Construction Law Committee of the Florida Bar, and is a member of the Highlands County Construction Licensing, Enforcement and Appeals Board.

In 2007, Scott was awarded the Judge Clifton M. Kelley Award from the Highlands County Bar Association for his work with Teen Court.  He is a member of the Class of 2006 of Leadership Highlands.

In his spare time, Scott enjoys spending time with his wife, Jessica, and their three children, Trent, Nora and Harper.

Scott is licensed to practice in all Florida and Texas state courts.