After graduating with honors from Creighton University in Omaha, Scott Boyce began practicing law immediately, working on cases spanning dozens of practice areas including federal tax and benefits law, state administrative law, and civil litigation.  Mr. Boyce has handled high-profile complex litigation cases, including multi-million dollar partnership disputes, derivative shareholder suits, and business ownership disputes.  Mr. Boyce’s caseload also included intense state and federal administrative litigation against the Department of Labor, Employment Security, Internal Revenue, and other administrative agencies, defending millions of dollars from assessment and seizure by government agencies, and protecting the rights of his clients from government meddling.  Mr. Boyce’s expertise also aided his clients with advice and counsel in business, employment, and tax law issues.

Following these successes, Mr. Boyce streamlined his practice and moved to Bohrnsen Stocker Smith Luciani Adamson to focus on business and individual litigation, aiming to protect his clients from both civil lawsuits and administrative litigation.  He is eager to replicate the successes he had early in his career as his experience grows.

Mr. Boyce is admitted in the State of Washington and in the Federal Court in the Eastern District of Washington.  He served two years as a trustee on the board of the Benton-Franklin County Bar Association and has served as an at-large member of the board of the Washington State Bar Association’s Administrative Law Section since October 2018.



  • Civil Litigation
  • Administrative Law
  • Personal Injury Defense
  • Complex Business Litigation


Creighton University (J.D. with honors)


Washington State Bar (2013 to Present)

Federal Eastern District of Washington

Washington State Bar Association’s Administrative Law Section Executive Committee (2018 to Present)