Bradley E. Haddock was born in Wichita, Kansas, on January 4, 1955, and was admitted to practice law in 1980 in Kansas and the U.S. District Court, District of Kansas.  He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Phillips University in 1977, where he was recognized as a Representative Phillipian (selected as one of 12 top senior students).  As an undergraduate, he participated in the Washington Semester Government Intern Program at American University and worked for Congressman Garner E. Shriver (Fourth District of Kansas) as a member of his staff in 1976.  Brad received his law degree from Washburn University School of Law in 1980, where he served as the Executive Editor of the Washburn Law Journal and graduated cum laude.

Brad offers a wide-range of legal expertise and hands-on experience, as well as industry-specific legal and business knowledge.  HADDOCK LAW OFFICE, LLC, was founded in January 2009 following a successful in-house legal and executive career, where Brad served as the Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary of Koch Chemical Technology Group ("KCTG"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries, Inc., the largest privately held company in the United States. During his distinguished career at Koch, Brad served as lead counsel for several key businesses, including Koch's refining, chemicals, and asphalt businesses, and the group of 10 global manufacturing and engineering businesses that became KCTG. While at Koch, he led or significantly participated in more than 85 domestic and international acquisitions.

Brad has served as a member of the board of directors of the American Arbitration Association from 2005 through 2017.  He continues to serve on an advisory council regarding AAA expectations for arbitrators.  He is a qualified member of the American Arbitration Association's Roster of Neutrals and a member of the prestigious Panel of Arbitrators of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution. During his tenure at Koch, Brad was an active member of the Association of Corporate Counsel.  He is also a member of the Association for Corporate Growth, American Bar Association, Christian Legal Society, Kansas Bar Association, Licensing Executives Society, and the Wichita Bar Association.  In November 2016, Brad was elected to serve as a member of the Board of Trustees of Friends University, a Christian university dedicated to spiritual growth and formation as an integral part of its curriculum.

In August 2014, Brad became an Independent Certified Coach, Teacher & Speaker with the John Maxwell Team.  He was recognized in October as the 2012 Alumni Fellow by the Washburn University School of Law.  For more than fifteen years, he has received an AV Preeminent rating (5.0 out of 5.0) from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest peer review rating available for legal expertise and ethics. Recommendations from clients and colleagues may be found at LinkedIn.  You can also visit the Haddock Law Office Facebook page at Facebook.

A lifelong member of the Boy Scouts of America ("BSA"), Brad is a Distinguished Eagle Scout, served as Quivira Council President, and has been recognized by the National Council with its highest commendation, the Silver Buffalo Award, for his noteworthy and extraordinary volunteer service to youth.  He served as the Chairman of the National  Order of the Arrow Committee from 2000 to 2009. During his term, Brad championed and led the ArrowCorps5 project during the summer of 2008, the largest single volunteer service project ever received by the United States Forest Service in its 100-plus year history and the largest service project provided by the BSA since World War II.  The project served five forest sites, contributed 280,000 hours of volunteer service worth more than $5.6 million, and delivered much needed service to our precious public lands.  This past summer during the National Order of the Arrow Conference, Brad received the Legacy of Servant Leadership Lifetime Achievement Award.

In May 2015, Brad became the chairman of the Board of Regents for Scouting University.  He had previously served as chairman of the Outdoor Adventures Committee, responsible for all of the BSA's outdoor program other than the National Jamboree and The Summit Bechtel Family Scout Reserve, since February 2012.  He was elected to the National Executive Board of the BSA during the national annual meeting held on May 31, 2012, in Orlando, Florida.  Brad served as program chairman and as a speaker at the 2013 Sustainability Summit hosted by the Boy Scouts of America from October 7 to 10, at The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.  During the conference Brad was honored as the first recipient of the Volunteer Sustainability Award.  He served as Program Chairman for the 2010 100th Anniversary National BSA Jamboree and recently completed his service as Chairman of the Second Century Camping Task Force for the BSA National Council.

Brad is a recipient of the Outstanding Young Alumnus Award from Phillips University; he was a participant in the inaugural class of Leadership 2000, sponsored by the Wichita Area Chamber of Commerce, and later served as Leadership 2000 Chairman.  Brad and his family are actively involved at GraceFirst where he has served as Chairman of the Elder Board.

Terri Haddock has worked with the firm, handled our financial records, and assisted with projects since the firm was formed in 2009. She has Bachelors and Masters degrees, with honors, from Wichita State University, and recently began providing paralegal assistance on a number of projects and transactions to better serve our clients.

January 2019.