Scott Delmonico

Scott Delmonico


Scott Delmonico is Gibson Arnold & Associates’ Chief Financial and Operating Officer.  With more than 40 years working in the legal field, he manages the company’s day-to-day business and accounting operations.  His number one priority is to provide exceptional staffing and recruiting services to law firms and corporate legal departments.

In additional to the day-to-day operations, Scott works closely with the company’s in-house counsel, legal recruiters, IT department and administrative staff.  He oversees the regional offices and e-Discovery facilities in Denver, Golden and Houston.  The company’s financial reporting, tax filings, budget planning, payroll services, compliance procedures, office leases, vendor contracts and client agreements are all under his supervision and management.

Scott joined his wife, Melinda, at Gibson Arnold in 1995, and became an equity partner in 2004.  Prior to that, he had a long career spanning over twenty years in the financial operations at three prominent Denver law firms.  He holds an MBA degree in Finance and Accounting from Regis University and an undergraduate degree in History, with a minor in Political Science, from the University of Denver.

Scott enjoys reading all types of interesting but not necessarily important things, working on home fix-it projects, listening to music, writing poetry, messing around on the piano, dining out with good friends and debating politically “hot” issues of the day.  As a 3rd generation Coloradan, he spends much of his spare time outdoors on hiking trails, watching the sunrise, catching a sunset or just being in some of Colorado’s most pristine wilderness areas.  It’s especially meaningful for him when his wife, three sons and close friends are along for the adventure.  A true Colorado native at heart – his strength, character and innate style is deeply rooted with respect for others, truth over falsehoods, authenticity and absolute fairness.  Values learned at an early age while in business for himself delivering the morning newspaper on a bike.

“When you’ve seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there.”

(G Harrison)