Brad H. Hall
Brad is licensed to practice law in the State of Idaho with over thirty years of experience. He received his undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Utah and his law degree from the University of Idaho, with additional study in the Asian Law Program of the University of Washington School of Law. He is admitted to practice before the State and Federal courts of Idaho.
Brad’s prior work experience includes managing a language testing and teaching firm in Tokyo, Japan. His legal work experience includes service as a deputy prosecuting attorney; Deputy Attorney General assigned to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, private practice with Lojek & Hall, Boise, Idaho; Chief Legal Officer & Deputy Attorney General, State Board of Education; General Counsel and Risk Manager, Idaho State University; and, private legal and risk management consulting. He has taught several university-level courses, including administrative law and business law (Boise State University); Public School Law (College of Idaho); Higher Education Law and Health Care Law and Ethics (Idaho State University); Law for Career and Technical Educators (Idaho State University, College of Technology). He is the co-author of a textbook, Legal Issues in Career and Technical Education (American Technical Publishers).
Brad has been involved in community service as a member of the Sister Cities-Japan Committee, including leading a youth delegation to Iwamizawa, Japan and participating as a member of an adult delegation in 2015. He is a member of the Idaho State-Civic Symphony Board of Directors, and provides representation for the Idaho State University Foundation.
He lives near Pocatello with his wife, Jacque, and has five children and several grandchildren. He enjoys skiing, gardening and oil painting.
Brad’s areas of expertise include:
- Education Law (K-12 & higher education)
- Contracts (including design and construction, real estate, and software contracts)
- Employment Law
- Administrative & Governmental Law (including regulatory agency issues and tort claims defense)
- Health-Care Law