Scott Borrowman has been an administrative judge at the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board since January 2020. He previously served as agency counsel at the Social Security Administration, where he litigated employment and disability cases, and where he acted as the regional electronic discovery coordinator. He previously worked at Redgrave LLP, where he advised clients about electronic discovery and other information law issues. He clerked in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida. Scott volunteers as a judge pro tem in the San Francisco County Superior Court, where he hears civil discovery motions (and frequently urges parties to review publications from The Sedona Conference to guide their handling of discovery). Scott is a member of the drafting team for the Primer on Rule 34 Specificity of Requests.