Attorney Bryan M. Taylor brings a wealth of experience in business law, civil litigation, appellate law, political law, government contracting, and military law. A former Alabama state senator and senior advisor in three governors’ administrations, including serving as general counsel to Governor Kay Ivey, Bryan’s career is marked by significant achievements in law and public service.
An Iraq War veteran and Army JAG lawyer in the Alabama National Guard, Bryan’s military service is distinguished, earning him the Bronze Star Medal and the American Bar Association’s Outstanding Young Military Lawyer Award. He holds a B.A. in Communication from the University of Alabama and a law degree from the University of Texas School of Law.
Bryan’s notable contributions include his work as the architect of ethics reform in Alabama, his role in strengthening the state’s ethics laws, and his effective leadership in various governmental positions. His tenure in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps and his combat service in Iraq and Honduras showcase his dedication and resilience.
Returning to private practice in 2010, Bryan was elected to the Alabama State Senate, becoming the first Republican to represent the 30th District. His expertise in policy and public affairs, coupled with his command of legislative and judicial processes, make him a formidable advocate for clients in complex legal matters. His work at Bachus, Brom & Taylor, LLC, leverages his extensive experience and deep understanding of state government and legal intricacies, offering clients unparalleled legal guidance and strategic solutions.