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J. Farrest Taylor
From working at the prestigious Cochran Firm, Dothan PC to opening his own practice, Farrest has represented clients large and small for nearly 27 years.
- AV Rated Attorney (highest possible rating) by Martindale Hubble
- President's Award, The Cochran Firm - 2010
- One of Three Finalists - 2008 National Trial Lawyer of the Year, Public Justice Foundation
- "Decision of the Week," the National Law Journal - May 20 - 27, 2002 (Walker v. GuideOne Specialty Mutual Insurance Company)
- Alabama State Bar, 1991 - present
- Virginia State Bar, 1992 - present
- U.S. Supreme Court, 1994 - present
- West Virginia State Bar, 2009 - present
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY College of Law, 1990
Juris Doctor Degree with High Honors
Awarded Good Gulfstream Scholarship
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, 1982 - 1986
Master of Science in Chemistry
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, 1978-1982
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
We at Taylor Law Group know that finding the right attorney to represent you is a choice not to be taken lightly. That’s why we offer free consultations to walk you through your needs, the scope of your goals, and your budget.
Alexis Armstrong is an accomplished paralegal with over twenty years of experience. She has been an important member on trial teams that have litigated complex cases often involving multiple-week long trials. Alexis assists in all phases of litigation, from inception through discovery and trial. Alexis’s extensive experience, work ethic, and case management skills are vital assets that help us provide excellent service to our clients.
Whitney Parris was born and raised in Houston County. She graduated from Troy University with her Bachelor's degree in Psychology with concentrations in English. She is working towards completion of her master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling. Whitney has extensive professional experience in many areas of case management. She is passionate about helping individulas with their diverse needs.
Jerry grew up in Dothan and graduated from Dothan High School. He attended Chipola Jr. College on a a baseball scholarship, and went on to graduate from University of South Alabama with a degree in Marketing and from Troy State University with a degree in Accounting. He also completed a Private Investigator course at the University of South Alabama. Jerry retired after 30 years as a Revenue Examiner for the Alabama Department of Revenue.