Steve Scheer is an esteemed attorney serving clients throughout Georgia and Savannah. His specializations include local government law, municipal law and both plaintiff and defense civil litigation matters.
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Early Life and Education
Steven Scheer was raised in Ottawa, Ontario where his parents worked in proofreading at the Ottawa Citizen newspaper and nurse, respectively. Later he would work on various political campaigns such as Preston Manning’s Reform Party leadership campaign and Stockwell Day’s campaign to become leader of Canadian Alliance Party.
He has written extensively on American politics and published eight books, such as Thinking Tuna Fish Talking Death: Essays on the Pornography of Power; The Great American Stickup: How Reagan Republicans and Clinton Democrats Richened Wall Street While Poaching Main Street; They Know Everything About You: How Data-Collecting Corporations and Snooping Government Agencies Are Destroying Democracy; and America after Nixon.
In 2018, he joined the cast of Showtime television series Black Monday as Keith, an anonymous stockbroker.
Scheer has been actively engaged in education for nearly two decades. He has taught business and economics courses at multiple institutions – including Franklin College in Franklin, Indiana – as well as held several business management roles within chemical specialty, metal stamping, and building material industries.
At the University of Georgia’s Lamar Dodd School of Art he currently teaches both undergraduate and graduate photography as part of its interdisciplinary arts program, Pratt Institute, and School of Visual Arts – New York City are also among his teaching venues.
He loves giving back to the community in which he lives, having served as former chairman of the Georgia State Ethics Commission and member of Rotary Club of Pooler. Additionally, he practices law in Savannah representing clients with dedication and knowledge.
Achievement and Honors
Steven Scheer is widely acknowledged in his field. His many publications include, among others, “The Great American Stickup: How Reagan Republicans and Clinton Democrats Enriched Wall Street While Mugging Main Street”, published by Nation Books. Additionally, Steven has served on various academic research committees and panels for the National Institutes of Health as well as winning multiple awards such as Hobart and William Smith College’s Buswell Award.
He has co-written numerous articles and essays published by various publications such as The New York Times, Los Angeles Times and San Francisco Chronicle. Additionally, his interviews include prominent political figures like Jerry Brown and Willie Brown as well as insiders like Henry Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinsky from Washington.
After working for the Los Angeles Times where he met Narda Zacchino, Scheer wrote extensively on politics and national issues. He published eight books and could regularly be heard on nationally syndicated radio program Left, Right & Center.
He served as contributing editor to The Nation magazine and has appeared regularly as a guest on shows like Bill Moyers’ The Agenda. Additionally, he collaborated as librettist with composer Jake Heggie in Dallas Opera world premiere of Moby-Dick as well as three Decembers drama.
Today, he is a partner at Scheer & Montgomery and specializes in litigation, local government law, municipal law, plaintiff and defense civil litigation, personal injury law, wrongful death law and criminal defense. Based in Savannah Georgia he regularly represents clients throughout Georgia.
Paul Scheer was born 31 January 1976 and is an American actor, comedian, writer, producer, director and podcaster. He is best known for his portrayal of Andre Nowzick on FX comedy series The League as well as Adult Swim comedy-action-parody series NTSF:SD:SUV.
He and June Diane Raphael host the podcast How Did This Get Made? on Earwolf, deconstructing and mocking terrible movies with guests such as Kevin Smith, Damon Lindelof and Weird Al Yankovic among many more.
He enjoys an extensive social media following. In 2010, he hosted a charity event known as A Night of 140 Tweets at UCB Theater featuring 140 comedians and actors performing one-liners that they tweeted during the performance – with all proceeds donated to Unicef.