Andrew Mikeal Taylor
About Andrew Mikeal TaylorAndrew (Andy) Mikeal Taylor is a Shareholder and Managing Attorney of Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A. His practice focuses on appellate advocacy, collections litigation, personal injury claims, and real estate and business transactions and litigation.
Andy graduated summa cum laude from Ouachita Baptist University in 2002, with a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Computer Science and a minor in Mathematics.
In 2005, Andy graduated from the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law. While there, he was a member of the Moot Court Board, the UALR Law Review, and the Student Bar Association.
After graduation, Andy spent a year working as a real estate attorney for Dillard's, Inc. He then spent three years at the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law, serving as the Assistant Dean for Academic Support. In 2009, Andy joined Cullen & Co., PLLC as an Associate Attorney, and in 2010, Andy co-founded Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A. with Tasha C. Taylor.
Tasha worked for two terms as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Justice Robert L. Brown of the Arkansas Supreme Court. Tasha joined Cullen & Co., PLLC in 2007 as an Associate Attorney. In 2010, Tasha co-founded Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A. with Andy Taylor.
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- Personal Injury
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- Offering hourly, contingent, and flat fees.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Associate Attorney, Cullen & Co., PLLC|
|Drafted appellate briefs, pleadings, and memoranda. Drafted real estate and business documents. Conducted discovery, including depositions, interrogatories, and requests for production.|
|Assistant Dean for Academic Support, UALR William H. Bowen School of Law|
|Developed, maintained, and taught in a bar passage program. Counseled and mentored law students regarding academics and course selection. Directed a summer program for nontraditional collect students who were interested in law school.|
|Real Estate Attorney, Dillard's, Inc.|
|Negotiated and drafted documents relating shopping center operations, the purchase of future Dillard's stores, the sale of former Dillard's stores, and the lease of surplus Dillard's real estate.|
|William H. Bowen School of Law - University of Arkansas at Little Rock||J.D.|
|Honors: Graduated 1st in class (out of 107 students); First Place Team in UALR Intraschool Moot Court Competition; Runner-Up for Best Team Brief in Burton D. Wechsler First Amendment Competition at American University in Washington, D.C.|
|Activities: Member, UALR Law Review (two semesters as associate notes editor); Honor Counsel Justice (elected two consecutive years); Moot Court Board; Assistant Executive Editor, The Adelphia Law Journal; Member, Delta Theta Phi (chair of Academic Success Committee)|
|Ouachita Baptist University||B.S.||Computer Science|
|Honors: Summa Cum Laude Graduate; Distinguished Governor's Scholar (a full tuition award); Rowland Award for Mathematics and Computer Science (three years); Senior Mathematics and Computer Science Award|
|Member, Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association|
|Member, Pulaski County Bar Assocation|
|Member, Arkansas State Bar|
|Member, Arkansas Bar Association|
|Member, American Bar Association|
|Meet the Taylors | Little Rock, Arkansas Lawyers|
Meet the Taylors: Andy Taylor and Tasha Taylor of Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A. Located in ...Meet the Taylors: Andy Taylor and Tasha Taylor of Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A. Located in the heart of downtown Little Rock, Andy and Tasha practice in the areas of personal injury litigation, contract disputes, real estate, debt collection, and appeals. Call the Taylors at 800-844-TAYLOR. In Little Rock, call (501) 246-8004). www.TaylorLawFirm.com Hide
WEBSITES & BLOGS
Arkansas Supreme Court Decision Clarifies Rule Regarding Termination of Consensual Guardianship, but Some Questions Remain Temporary Custody Orders Not Appealable (And a Note of Caution) Today’s Investiture Results in Arkansas’s First Majority Female Supreme Court Were Your Arguments Made in Chambers Preserved for Appeal? Proceedings Under Trust Code (Rather than Probate Code) Not Appealable Unless Final Arbitration Clauses Not Enforceable in Arkansas State Courts Where There is No Mutuality of Obligation UPDATED: We Endorse Tim Cullen Over Robin Wynne for Arkansas Supreme Court Arkansas Supreme Court’s Procedural Ruling Has Practical Effect of Temporarily Stopping Same-Sex Marriages in Arkansas Arkansas Supreme Court Releases Election Decisions
Justice Wood recused because the question in separate case is whether she or McCorkindale should decide underlying case. #arpx #arlx— Andrew Mikeal Taylor (@ArkansasAppeals) April 8, 2015
Justice Wood had recused last week (again, in the decision about who decides). #arpx #arlx http://t.co/uYVXsbLIhJ— Andrew Mikeal Taylor (@ArkansasAppeals) April 8, 2015
Chief Justice Hannah: "a majority of this court has created out of whole cloth an issue to delay the disposition" of the case. #arpx #arlx— Andrew Mikeal Taylor (@ArkansasAppeals) April 8, 2015
Justice Danielson: "a majority of this court has manufactured a case where no case or controversy exists." #arpx #arlx— Andrew Mikeal Taylor (@ArkansasAppeals) April 8, 2015
Both justices made clear they are *not* recusing from the underlying case (i.e., the "main" gay marriage case. #arpx #arlx— Andrew Mikeal Taylor (@ArkansasAppeals) April 8, 2015
To be clear, this is the case in which the court is to decide which justices will decide the gay marriage case. #arpx— Andrew Mikeal Taylor (@ArkansasAppeals) April 8, 2015
Chief Justice Hannah & Justice Danielson have both recused from separate gay marriage case created last wk. #arpx http://t.co/66LacWMqrg— Andrew Mikeal Taylor (@ArkansasAppeals) April 8, 2015
Wow.— Andrew Mikeal Taylor (@ArkansasAppeals) April 8, 2015
Our own @tashataylor commented about all of this to @ArkansasOnline back in December. http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2014/dec/30/gay-marriage-ruling-seen-after-justice-/— Andrew Mikeal Taylor (@ArkansasAppeals) April 2, 2015
One Justice dissented from decision to take as case: Justice Danielson. No one wrote an opinion, so no insight into reasoning.— Andrew Mikeal Taylor (@ArkansasAppeals) April 2, 2015