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John Taylor
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John Taylor

Tay-Law

BOSTON, Massachusetts

Contact Information

Licenses

Authority Year
Massachusetts

Fee Types

Pro Bono

Languages

English

Practice Areas

Consumer, Labor and Employment, and Litigation

About John Taylor

John handles a variety of legal matters including Civil Litigation, Business Advising and Employment Law.

John is a proud member of the Massachusetts Bar Association.

John founded Tay-Law in 2012, shortly after graduating from Suffolk University Law School. While at SULS, John worked hard for the Executive Office of Public Safety, the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office and the private firm Sillari & Glines. John also competed in various moot court competitions and was a member of several organizations during his time at SULS.

John received his undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, graduating as a Commonwealth Scholar with honors. While at UMASS, John helped to found the Theta Mu Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi.

Licenses

Authority Year
Massachusetts

Fee Types

Pro Bono

Languages

English

Professional References

I recommend John Taylor.

Stephen Glines, colleague of John

I recommend John Taylor.

Molly Ronneberg, colleague of John

John is professional and responsive. He always kept me informed and explained things to me.

Justin Taylor, colleague of John

Contact Information

Tay-Law

PO BOX 130217
BOSTON, Massachusetts

LawGives Services Offered by John


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Internship agreement

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Employee Handbook

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Employment agreement

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Will

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