Kent is a self-proclaimed rural boy at heart. He was born in Wichita, Kansas and lived in Kansas City, Missouri. It was in the Midwest where Kent learned the value of hard work. There are no bad days; only character-building days.
Kent landed in Vancouver, Washington for school and proceeded to graduate from Washington State University in 2005, with a degree in Psychology. Kent decided to attend law school to learn the law and further develop his advocacy skills.
In 2008, Doll graduated with a Juris Doctor degree sixth in his class from Gonzaga University Law School. While attending law school, Kent and his family fell in love with the Inland Northwest and he decided to begin his law practice in Spokane, representing clients in cities as large as Seattle and towns as small as Cornell, Washington. While a partner at various prestigious law firms in the area, Kent saw the need for someone to battle for clients in the courtroom using the most up-to-date advocacy methods and technology, in the Washington and Idaho courtrooms. So, he opened his own firm that emphasized trial advocacy and civil litigation.
As a lover of trial work, Kent believes in fighting for his clients the best way possible, including in front of 12 jurors in a trial. In today’s changing atmosphere, Kent recognizes that it is important to be flexible and open to new ideas in navigating the legal world. He embraces new technology and forms of communication to best serve his clients in and out of the courthouse. He has tried cases in Spokane, Whitman, Franklin, Benton, Adams, Grant, Yakima, and Kootenai County. He has litigated cases in King, Pierce, Clark, Chelan, Douglas County, and Ada County. He isn’t afraid to fight for you in the courtroom.
In his free time, Kent spends time traveling and spending time with his family. He has a special love of overlanding in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Washington, and Oregon.