|Practices: Land Use; Zoning; Community Associations; Real Estate Strategies.|
|Bar Memberships and Admissions: Virginia State Bar.|
Scott Foster graduated from the William & Mary Law School and is a member of the Virginia State Bar. As an associate attorney for Tarley Robinson, PLC, Mr. Foster concentrates his practice in land use, zoning, homeowner associations and real estate strategies.
Mr. Foster received his Bachelor of Arts in Government from William & Mary, where he served as co-chair of the Undergraduate Judicial Counsel for ’08-’09 and ’09-’10.
Also while attending William & Mary, Mr. Foster became the first college student to be elected to the Williamsburg City Council in 2010. Since then, Mr. Foster has worked diligently with City Council to redevelop the downtown area and improve the relationship between the College of William & Mary and the City of Williamsburg and was instrumental in adopting the progressive 2013 City of Williamsburg Comprehensive Plan.
Mr. Foster also serves on the Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance Board of Directors as the City Council Representative. He continues to be an active member of the Community, advocating local issues and exploring innovative approaches to improve the local and regional economy.