Taylor Morris focuses his practice on commercial and construction law. He has experience advising business and government clients on contracts and agency policies. He also has represented clients in litigation over professional negligence, construction defects, commercial lease disputes, and employment wage disputes, including in lawsuits that were successfully resolved with multimillion-dollar jury verdicts.
Taylor's background as a project engineer in the construction industry gives him a unique perspective on construction law. He previously worked for both heavy-highway and commercial construction companies in South Carolina. He supervised multimillion-dollar projects, drafted construction contracts and subcontractor agreements, and evaluated and bid on government and commercial projects.
Taylor graduated summa cum laude from Charleston School of Law, where he served as the president of the Student Division of the Charleston County Bar Association, member of the Charleston Law Moot Court Board, and associate symposium editor of the Charleston Law Review. He received his bachelor's degree in construction science and management from Clemson University.