Taylor Nuttall is an associate with the Lanier Law Firm. Born in Houston, he was raised in parts of Southeast Asia and Great Britain. He has now returned to Houston, where he practices in the area of toxic tort litigation and asbestos related injuries. Taylor attended Brigham Young University, where he received a B.A. in International Relations, with a focus in economics.
During his time at BYU, Taylor was selected by a professor to contribute to a textbook on International Law, published by Oxford University Press in 2009. As a contributor on this project, he performed extensive research and editing, as well as writing portions of chapters on humanitarian intervention, genocide and terrorism.
In 2009 he earned his law degree from Penn State University, where he was active in various student organizations, including the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, the Federalist Society and the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. While in law school, Taylor worked as a research assistant and spent two summers working for a law firm in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where he was placed in charge of a large project to develop various litigation protocols and guidelines for a large public utility.
Outside of school and work, Taylor has always been active in the community, serving in various programs such as the Big Brother program and Habitat for Humanity, as well as being active in his church. He is a member of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society, the Texas Young Lawyers Association and the American Bar Association. Taylor is fluent in Spanish and enjoys boating, traveling, playing sports and watching college football and basketball.