Bradford T. Doll


Brad Doll focuses his practice in the areas of environmental and land use, assisting clients with permitting, compliance, and regulatory matters under federal and state laws involving hazardous substance releases, hazardous waste, water quality and use, and air quality. He handles defense of administrative and civil enforcement actions, environmental and land use permitting, and litigation.

Brad’s experience includes cleanup of contaminated industrial and commercial properties, allocation of liability for response costs under state and federal law, and environmental due diligence in real estate and business transactions. His litigation experience includes defense of environmental enforcement actions and citizen suits and administrative and judicial appeals in federal and state court and before the Pollution Control and Growth Management Hearings Boards.

Before entering private practice, Brad served as a clerk for Justice Charles Johnson of the Washington Supreme Court. Prior to attending law school, he worked as an operations manager and business analyst at Brad was selected to the 2016 Washington Rising Stars list, which honors attorneys practicing for ten years or less.

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  • Water Quality Permitting and Litigation. Represents clients in matters arising under the Clean Water Act and Washington Water Pollution Control Act, including citizen lawsuits and appeals of Department of Ecology enforcement actions.  Negotiates stormwater management and discharge authorization conditions under county and municipal regulations.
  • Project Permitting and Environmental Review. Advises clients on matters involving due diligence, construction contracts, State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) compliance, purchase and sale negotiations, easements, permitting, and code compliance.
  • Cleanup. Represents clients on environmental liability and remediation issues, including cost recovery and resolution of liability through consent decrees and agreed orders, and private agreements among responsible parties
  • Air Quality Permitting and Litigation. Represents clients in matters involving air quality, including administrative enforcement and project permitting. Represents clients in appeals before the Pollution Control Hearings Board.
  • Dangerous Waste. Advises clients on compliance with dangerous waste regulations including waste management, reporting, and waste characterization. Negotiates enforcement agreements with Department of Ecology concerning waste management regulations. Represents individuals and businesses in appeals before the Pollution Control Hearings Board.
  • Quiet Title, Nuisance, Trespass, and Condemnation Matters. Represents clients in matters involving nuisance, trespass, condemnation, access and property damage.

Member, American Bar Association

Member, Federal Bar Association, Western District of Washington

Speaker, Recent Trends in Enforcement of the Washington Industrial Stormwater Permit, ECOSS

Advanced Stormwater Case Studies Workshop, Tacoma (2013 - present)

Speaker, Managing Stormwater in the Northwest, Northwest Environmental Business Council conference, Tacoma (2012, 2013, 2015)

Speaker, Industrial Stormwater Challenges, Northwest Environmental Conference & Tradeshow (2014)

Speaker, Boatyard General Stormwater Permit, NW Marina & Boatyard Conference (2015, 2014)  

Speaker, Proposed Revisions to the Industrial Stormwater General Permit, Northwest Environmental Business Council (NEBC) Olympic Chapter Luncheon (2014)

Speaker, Washington Stormwater General Permit; Managing Compliance Liability, Washington Public Ports Association – Environmental Seminar (2013)

Law Clerk, Justice Charles Johnson, Washington Supreme Court (2006-2007)
Rule 9 Extern, Society of Counsel, Dependency Unit (2006)
Law Clerk, Torts Division, Washington State Attorney General’s Office (2005)
Law Clerk, Mentor Law Group PLLC (2005)
Judicial Extern, Judge Mary Yu, King County Superior Court (2004)
Operations Manager, (2000-2003)
Business Analyst, (1998-2000)

J.D., magna cum laude, Seattle University School of Law, 2006; Associate Editor, Law Review; Presidential Scholar
B.A., University of Washington, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, 1997

Washington State Bar Association
Supreme Court of the State of Washington
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington

When not coaching a youth soccer team for one of his three boys, Brad is an avid cyclist, board rider, and soccer player.