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Potlatch names Scott as general counsel

Spokane-based Potlatch Corp. has named Lorrie D. Scott vice president and general counsel for the company.

Scott, notably, holds a doctor of law degree from Harvard and a master’s degree in Old World Archaeology from the University of Chicago, plus a B.A. in anthropology from the University of California at Berkeley.

Yes, here’s where we would normally add some clever comments about how Scott can really dig up solid information.

She replaces Pamela A. Mull who retired in March.

Scott joins Potlatch after working at Weyerhaeuser Company where she was most recently senior vp and general counsel for Weyerhaeuser Realty Investors, a land management subsidiary.

 


Potlatch Corp. is the real estate management company that controls about 1.6 million acres of forests. Its wholly owned subsidiary is the company that manufactures wood products at a number of regional facilities.


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