D’ahna Scott

Major: Juris Doctor Candidate, 2024

D’Ahna Scott is the Community Affairs and Legal Intern for the Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee, where she plays a vital role in engaging the local community in the excitement of the big game and ensuring the legality and compliance of Super Bowl programs with intellectual property rules, as well as the regulations in the state of Nevada and the National Football League.

Born and raised in Las Vegas, Ms. Scott is currently a rising third-year law student at the UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law. With a deep passion for both professional sports and the law, she is particularly interested in intellectual property issues such as trademark and copyright. Ms. Scott is widely recognized as an exceptional leader at her law school, holding significant positions such as President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Association, Nevada Law Editor on the Nevada Law Journal, Pre-Law Director of the Western Region of the Black Law Students Association, and a student ambassador for the law school admissions office.

In addition to her involvement in these influential roles, Ms. Scott actively contributes to various organizations, including the Transactional Law Society, the Intellectual Property Law Society, the Immigrant Rights Coalition, the Sports Lawyers Association, Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association, and Women in Sports and Events.

In her personal life, Ms. Scott enjoys working out, traveling, discovering new coffee shops, and spending time with loved ones.

As she continues to thrive academically and professionally, Ms. Scott remains committed to merging her passions for law and sports, leaving a remarkable impact in the realm of sports law, and contributing to the success of the Las Vegas Super Bowl Host Committee.