Stuart Taylor

Stuart J. Taylor

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Nevada

Education

B.A., Brigham Young University – Idaho

J.D., J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU

BIOGRAPHY

Stuart J. Taylor is an associate with Hutchison & Steffen’s litigation group, practicing in business litigation, insurance coverage, and trust and probate litigation.

Originally from Kennewick, Washington, Stuart graduated from Brigham Young University–Idaho with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a minor in Philosophy and Portuguese. Stuart obtained his Juris Doctorate from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at BYU, where he was the recipient of the Charles E. Jones tuition scholarship.

As a law student, Stuart served as the Lead Editor of the BYU Education & Law Journal and competed as a member of the Trial Advocacy Team. He also clerked for the BYU Office of the General Counsel and for the 4th District of Utah. Prior to joining Hutchison & Steffen, Stuart worked at a large litigation firm in Las Vegas, where he defended clients in tort litigation cases. Stuart is admitted to practice in both federal and state courts in Nevada.

Stuart is fluent in Portuguese. In his free time, Stuart enjoys spending time with his wife and four sons, fly fishing, reading American literature, hiking, and coaching his kids in baseball.



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  • Nevada Federal Courts
  • Nevada State Courts

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