Tasha C. Taylor is a Partner at Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A., where her practice focuses on appellate litigation, personal injury litigation, and collections and business litigation. Tasha graduated summa cum laude from the University of Central Arkansas in 2002, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. After graduation from the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law in 2005, Tasha worked for two terms as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Justice Robert L. Brown of the Arkansas Supreme Court. Tasha entered private practice in 2007. In 2010, Tasha co-founded Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A. with her husband and law partner, Andy Taylor. Tasha and Andy owe their firm’s success to their commitment to providing a unique customer service experience for their clients: “We want all of our clients to know that they are a priority at our firm and that we actually care about them and the outcome of their cases."
- University of Arkansas - Little Rock
- J.D. | Law
- Honors: Runner-Up, Best Brief, Burton D. Wechsler First Amendment Moot Court Competition in Washington D.C.
- Activities: Law Review; Moot Court Board; Editor-in-Chief, Adelphia Law Journal, Volume XIV; Dean, Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity; Student Bar Association.
- University of Central Arkansas
- Honors: Graduated summa cum laude.
- Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A.
- - Current
- Associate Attorney
- Cullen & Co., PLLC
- Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Justice Robert L. Brown
- Arkansas Supreme Court
- Arkansas State Bar
- Arkansas Bar Association
- Activities: Member of House of Delegates; Member of Young Lawyers Section Executive Council; Editor of YLS Newsletter, In Brief; Member of Finance Committee.
- Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association
- 8th Circuit
- Free Consultation
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Flat fees available in some cases. Hourly fees also available.
- Appeals & Appellate
- Personal Injury
- Car Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Big Truck Accidents
- English: Spoken, Written