George J. Taylor, an associate attorney with the full-service South Florida law firm Brinkley Morgan, was recently elected as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for ARC Broward, Inc., a not-for-profit human services organization dedicated to providing services to children and adults with developmental disabilities and other life challenges.
“It’s an honor to continue to serve such a wonderful organization,” said Taylor, who has served on the board of directors for the past year, “and I look forward to working with the other board members on furthering ARC Broward’s mission.”
Taylor also currently serves as a member on the Strategic Planning Committee for 2-1-1 Broward; the Ambassadors Board for Nova Southeastern University; and the board of directors for Broward Health Foundation and The Salah Foundation.
As a member of Brinkley Morgan’s Business Litigation practice, Taylor’s practice focuses on solving legal problems arising from commercial and business relationships, including the litigation of those matters in both state and federal courts. He received his Juris Doctor from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad Law Center, where he graduated fourth in his class, and received Book Awards for Charitable Organizations, Interviewing and Counseling, Probate Law Workshop, and Real Estate Transactions. Prior to attending law school, he graduated from Lynn University, cum laude, with his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.