Monday, February 5, 2018

Introducing Scott Haddock

Scott Haddock, Tenured Faculty - Paralegal Department at Edmonds Community College 

Scott is a strong believer that faculty development has measurable impacts on teaching and student learning outcomes, and is well worth the investment. His teaching philosophy centers on the belief that his primary role as a teacher is to challenge his students to realize their fullest potential and help them identify their hidden strengths and passions.

Scott is a Puget Sound native with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington. He earned his Juris Doctorate degree and certification in Dispute Resolution from Willamette University College of Law. Scott is a member of two state bar associations: the Washington State Bar and the California State Bar, and has over 20 years of experience practicing law as an employment and civil rights attorney.

He began teaching law at Edmonds Community College as an associate faculty in 2008. He became a full-time faculty member in 2010, and was awarded tenure in 2016.

Outside of teaching, Scott enjoys being a dad to a very self-determined 10-year-old boy with an obsession for sports. Scott and his family have two beautiful Labrador retrievers: a four-year-old chocolate lab and a two year-old silver lab.

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