Taylor joined MWSS+ in 2020 as a law clerk where he worked full time while finishing his law degree. After successfully completing the Idaho State Bar Exam, Taylor joined MWSS+ as an associate attorney. Taylor's legal experience and interest is focused on commercial transactions, business and contract law, and construction litigation. Taylor also has unique knowledge of public utility regulation and energy law from his experience working for the Idaho Attorney General's Office in the Public Utilities Commission.
Prior to joining MWSS+ and venturing into law, Taylor found success in various professions including commercial and residential construction, pipeline welding, and his own business: Brooks Fabrications, LLC where, from scratch, he grew to serve over 100 customers in the West Texas and Eastern New Mexico area with his metal fabrication and wrought-iron work. Taylor's work was even featured in the Amarillo, Texas Parade of Homes Magazine after he successfully fabricated and installed a one-of-a-kind metal stair railing system in a historical Amarillo neighborhood. Due to his small business experience, Taylor is passionate about advocating for other small business owners in the treasure valley.
As a true desert native, Taylor enjoys the four-seasons of Idaho with his wife playing golf, hiking, and fly-fishing. Taylor is also an avid firearm enthusiast and expert marksman-having participated in several shooting competitions where he successfully engaged targets beyond 1200 meters. Taylor's extensive knowledge of the firearm industry has also paved a unique in-road in the law where Taylor is quickly becoming a sought-after expert on firearm-rights restoration and National Firearm Act Trusts.
Taylor enjoys giving back to the community by serving in his local church, helping small businesses with risk-analysis and corporate/organizational structure, and assisting the Boise Chapter of Ducks Unlimited with conservation and clean-water efforts.