Born in Carrollton, IL, February 3, 1975; admitted to the bar, 2007, Kansas; also admitted to practice before U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit; U.S. District Court, District of Kansas. Preparatory education, Friends University (B.S. Computer Information Systems, 2003); legal education, Washburn University (J.D., 2007). Member: Wichita, Kansas, and American Bar Associations; Kansas Association for Justice.
Prior to law school, Mr. Douglas served five years as a law enforcement officer in the United States Air Force. Within his role as a law enforcement officer, he was additionally certified as a Law Enforcement Desk Sergeant, Armorer and Patrolman. During his enlistment, he had temporary duty assignments in foreign countries such as Saudi Arabia and South Korea. After an honorable discharge, Mr. Douglas spent four years working at Cessna Aircraft Company. While working in Citation Warranty Administration, he handled customer warranty issues – dealing with domestic and international customers on a daily basis. He also reviewed and made recommendations regarding contractual agreements between Cessna and its customers/suppliers. Finally, he created and published internal procedure manuals to be used by coworkers and new employees. Following law school, Mr. Douglas joined the firm, concentrating his practice in the field of personal injury.
Mr. Douglas has litigated multiple cases in the district courts throughout the State of Kansas and in Federal District Court in Wichita. His current practice includes litigated and non-litigated cases.