Scarlett Bickerton is a meticulous and judicious advocate who serves clients through monitoring and tracking federal legislative and regulatory policy developments to devise effective advocacy materials and facilitate meetings with members of Congress and agency officials. She works with clients in a range of policy areas, including tax and financial services, trade, and foreign sovereigns; she is the Lead Policy Specialist for Digital Assets. Ms. Bickerton has experience representing Fortune 500 corporations, digital asset financial services providers, steelmaking companies, and foreign sovereigns.
Prior to joining Arnold & Porter, Ms. Bickerton worked in local journalism, the Michigan State Senate, the 2020 presidential and Michigan senatorial campaigns, and a food sustainability nonprofit. She also conducted women's health and reproductive policy research and analysis for a Top 10 US research hospital. She received her BA from the University of Michigan where she was inducted into Pi Sigma Alpha and honored as a James B. Angell Scholar.
- BA, University of Michigan
- *Not admitted to the practice of law
- Member, Women in Government Relations
- Member, Washington International Trade Association