"I love working with my clients to help solve their legal problems. Each client and case is unique and, therefore, presents the challenge of finding a unique solution."
Tasha C. Taylor
I've always been a problem-solver, going all the way back to my days as a child putting puzzles together, playing Tetris, and reading choose-your-own adventure books (I always have liked to help choose the outcome).
Becoming an attorney was a natural fit for me. I love working with my clients to help solve their legal problems. Each client and case is unique and, therefore, presents the challenge of finding a unique solution.
Not only do I love what I do, but I love the team that I get to work with at our firm. My law partner is my husband. The skills that make our marriage successful also work well together to make our law practice thrive. We are honest with one another and we know our strengths and weaknesses. That helps us know how to tailor our strategies in each case so that our clients get the best representation that our team can offer.
I have a blast every day working with our fun and energetic team to find creative ways to solve our clients' legal problems.
When I'm not being a lawyer, I enjoy hanging out with my family, traveling, spending time outdoors, shopping at farmers' markets, eating at local restaurants, and reading. And, coffee . . . none of these other things would be as enjoyable without coffee.
Tasha's Professional Bio
Appellate Advocacy and Personal Injury Litigation.
Admitted to Practice
Arkansas 2005; United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit; United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock Bowen School of Law (J.D., 2005)
University of Central Arkansas (B.A. English, summa cum laude, 2002)
Honors & Awards
Recognized as one of the Best Lawyers in America (2019); Selected as a Rising Star by Mid-South Super Lawyers (2015-2019); Selected as one of the Best Lawyers in Little Rock by Little Rock Soiree magazine (2014-2019); Selected as an Arkansas Top Attorney by Arkansas Life magazine (2015-2019); recognized as one of the Ten Best Female Attorneys by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys (2016); Recipient of the Arkansas Bar Association Judith Gray Outstanding Young Lawyer Award (2013); Recipient of the Arkansas Bar Association Golden Gavel Award (2012); Recipient of the Arkansas Bar Association Frank C. Elcan II Leadership Award (2012).
Realities & Opportunities: A Successful Small Practice in Arkansas, UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law Law Alumni Association CLE & Day at the Races (2020)
State Court of Appeals Panel, Moderator, 2019 Justice Donald L. Corbin Appellate Symposium (2019)
Scariest Things You Don't Know: Frighteningly Common Mistakes Lawyers Make: Appellate Practice, Arkansas Bar Association CLE (2017).
What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Appeals, Arkansas Bar Association Annual Meeting (2017).
Preparing the Brief, Arkansas Bar Association Appellate Advocacy CLE (2015)
Writing for Your Audience (Workshop) Panel Discussion, Arkansas Bar Association Appellate Advocacy CLE (2015).
2015 Appellate Practice Seminar: Law Clerk's Perspective, Panel Discussion, Pulaski County Bar Association CLE (2015).
May It Please The Court: Oral Argument Techniques That Get Results, National Business Institute Successfully Navigating the Appeals Process CLE (2014).
Drafting a Winning Appellate Brief, National Business Institute Successfully Navigating the Appeals Process CLE (2014).
Making an Ethical Appeal, National Business Institute Successfully Navigating the Appeals Process CLE (2014).
Should I Appeal and How, Pulaski County Bar Association CLE (2014).
Pitfalls from Complaint to Appeals: Pitfalls in Appeals, Arkansas Association of Women Lawyers CLE (2013).
Practical Pointers and Procedural Pitfalls: An Arkansas Appellate Practice Primer, Arkansas Bar Association Annual Meeting (2012).
The Top Five Ways to Wreck Your Next Appeal . . . and How to Avoid Them, ATLA Personal Injury CLE (2011).
What Works: A Law Clerk's Perspective, ATLA Advanced Appellate Workshop (2009)
Co-author of the Handling Appeals in Arkansas handbook, published by the Arkansas Bar Association (2015-present).
Annual Survey of Case Law: Constitutional Law, 27 U. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 635 (2005).
Law Clerk, Honorable Justice Robert L. Brown, Arkansas Supreme Court (2005-2007); Associate Attorney, Cullen & Co., PLLC (2007-2010); Partner, Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A. (2010-present).
Professional Associations and Appointments
Judge Henry Woods American Inn of Court; Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association; Appointment to Arkansas Supreme Court Taskforce on Rewriting Arkansas's Appellate Rules in Light of New Technology (2011-2012); Pulaski County Bar Association; Arkansas Bar Association (Editor-In-Chief, Young Lawyers Section Newsletter, In Brief (2006-2012)), (Representative for Central District, Young Lawyers Section (2007-2012)), (Member, Finance Committee (2007-2012)), (Member, House of Delegates, (2008-2011)), (Member Editorial Advisory Board for the Arkansas Lawyer (2015)).
Law School Honors & Leadership
University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review; Moot Court Board; Runner-Up, Best Brief, Burton D. Wechsler First Amendment Moot Court Competition in Washington D.C.; Editor-in-Chief, Adelphia Law Journal, Volume XIV; Dean, Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity; Elected Honor Council Representative; Elected Arkansas Bar Association Representative.