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Associate Attorney

Taylor grew up exploring the lush ridges and valleys of northwest Georgia where he fostered a deep appreciation for the environment.  His parents instilled a strong sense of stewardship to the land.  Driven by a love for nature and a desire to make a difference, Taylor moved to Montana to study conservation biology and ecology at Montana State University.  After graduating with honors from MSU, Taylor decided to pursue a Master’s of Science in Environmental Studies and Juris Doctorate at the University of Montana (Taylor is and always will be a Bobcat).  

During his first year in the environmental studies program, Taylor was named a scholar with the Wyss Scholar Program for the Conservation of the American West.  Taylor’s master's research focused on the critical intersection of administrative law and wildlife conservation.  While in law school, Taylor served as the Publication Editor for the Public Lands and Resources Law Review where he worked with legal scholars in editing their work for publication.  He also worked in the Land Use and Natural Resources Clinic. Taylor graduated from law school with honors. 

Following law school, Taylor clerked for the Honorable Kurt Krueger of the Second Judicial District, Butte-Silver Bow County.  Additionally, Taylor served as a special master and mediated numerous dissolutions.  

In his free time, Taylor loves skiing and running on Helena’s incredible trail system.  Taylor lives with his lovely wife (yes, her name is also Taylor) and cat, Winifred.  Taylor also serves as a board member for K9 Conservationists.  

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