Christopher ("Chris") Taylor grew up in the Rocky Mountain West in Colorado and Montana. From an early age, Chris knew his calling was to advocate for clients as a lawyer.
Chris focused his undergraduate education on law attending the pre-law program at Metropolitan State College of Denver, which included classes taught by the then Chief Judge of the United States District Court, District of Colorado, Sherman Finesilver and Constitutional law scholar, Norman Provizer.
In pursuit of his goal to become a lawyer, Chris attended the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, graduating a semester early. While in law school, Chris interned for the Denver City Attorney's Office gaining experience in diverse areas of law, including trademark law and contract law.
Following law school, Chris began working in a civil litigation law firm handling a wide range of matters, then later as a solo practitioner specializing in family law.
After relocating to Jacksonville with his wife, Lacey, a fourth generation Jacksonville, Florida native, Chris worked for over five years as an in-house attorney for a worldwide on-line media company handling civil litigation, intellectual property matters, contracts and a wide range of business transactions.
Chris founded The Taylor Law Office, P.A. with the goal of bringing quality legal representation to Jacksonville, Florida residents at reasonable prices. Chris is passionate about pursing his lifelong goal of advocating for clients and assisting them through difficult situations with aggressive, compassionate, intelligent, organized legal representation.
Colorado (Inactive), 1999
United States District Court, District of Colorado, 1999
United States District Court, Middle District of Florida, 2010
Metropolitan State College of Denver, Bachelor of Arts, 1995
University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, Juris Doctor, 12/1998