Scott Fiddler to Receive Leadership Excellence Award at National Diversity & Leadership Conference

April 19, 2021 | Attorney News



Jackson Walker proudly congratulates Houston partner G. Scott Fiddler on receiving a Leadership Excellence Award during the National Diversity Council’s 17th Annual Diversity & Leadership Conference. Each year, this award is presented to a select group of individuals who are exceptional leaders within their organizations and communities.

In addition to receiving the Leadership Excellence Award, Scott will speak at the conference on a panel entitled “Creating Your Personal Board – The Power of Mentors & Allies.” During the discussion, Scott and his fellow panel members will cover how to find potential members of your own “board” of advisors and advocates to help navigate career transitions and personal growth.

The National Diversity & Leadership Conference will be held on April 21-22, 2021, and April 28-29, 2021. To learn more, visit the conference page.

Scott FiddlerMeet Scott

In his practice, Scott represents clients in wage and hour disputes, wrongful termination, discrimination, and non-compete agreement matters, as well as general labor and employment law. He is board certified in both labor and employment law and civil trial law, placing him among approximately 25 attorneys in Texas board certified in both specialties.

Within the community, Scott serves on the Labor & Employment Law Exam Commission of the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and on the boards of directors for the Texas Association of Civil Trial and Appellate Specialists and City Life Church.

Within the community, Scott serves on the Labor & Employment Law Exam Commission of the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and on the boards of directors for the Texas Association of Civil Trial and Appellate Specialists and City Life Church. In addition, he is a frequent speaker at the NDC conferences.

In 2019, Scott was honored with the Diversity Champion Award in honor of his longtime support of diversity and inclusion through his work as a trial and employment lawyer and his support of the NDC.