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The son of business owners, Reagan brings initiative and an understanding of business issues to his corporate practice.

Reagan applies his broad corporate knowledge to help business owners navigate legal issues to effectively run their businesses. He has experience researching international and national corporate compliance and security issues, including compiling 50-state surveys addressing wind rights and licensing requirements for energy projects. He also has assisted with general corporate, education and bankruptcy matters.

As a legal extern at the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry in Washington, D.C., Reagan compiled academic, industry and agency proposals for the Farm Bill’s Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018. He also reviewed materials and prepared background information on presidential nominees for U.S. Department of Agriculture positions.

As student body president at Kansas State University, Reagan led the initiative to pass a Lifeline 911, a state law to provide protection to underage college students who report health and safety issues for fellow students in need of medical assistance.



  • J.D., Georgetown University Law Center
    • Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship
    • Georgetown Center for the Constitution, Student Fellow
  • B.S., Kansas State University
    • Agribusiness; minors in Leadership Studies and Animal Science
    • summa cum laude
    • Student Governing Association, Student Body President


  • Missouri

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • American Angus Association
  • Kansas Livestock Association
Featured Experience

Lifelife 911 Provides Legal Protection to Underage Students Who Report Medical Emergencies to the Authorities

Although as many as 20 states had passed a Lifeline 911 law, Kansas was not one of them. Reagan spearheaded an effort to pass both a Kansas State University campus policy and Kansas statute to provide legal protection to underage students who report an incident to authorities and stay with a student in need of medical care. A campus dormitory policy also was implemented to assure that when an underage student calls for help or gets a resident assistant involved, the student will not be put through the campus judicial system and no penalties will result from that action.

For the state law, Reagan worked with Senator Tom Hawk and Representative Tom Phillips to draft the bill, and Reagan and other student leaders assisted in getting the bill passed through the Senate and House. Governor Sam Brownback signed the legislation into law in 2017.

Additional Experience
  • Worked with the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry in Washington, D.C., to compile academic, industry and agency proposals for Title 7 of the Farm Bill, known as the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018.
Alerts | January 31, 2020
Hart-Scott-Rodino Act Filing Thresholds Increase in 2020

Noncompliance with the HSR Act may result in increased civil penalties as of the effective date of up to $43,280 per day.

Outside the Office

Reagan enjoys helping with his family’s cattle ranch, cheering on Kansas State sports teams and traveling the globe.

He and his brother help his parents with their 45-head purebred Angus cattle operation in southeast Kansas. Reagan enjoys cheering for Kansas State football and basketball teams. He recently spent six weeks in Europe, visiting Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Austria, Germany and Montenegro.

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