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Adam Todd Taylor
Eligible to Practice in Texas

Railroad Commission of Texas

Bar Card Number: 24098504
TX License Date: 11/06/2015

Primary Practice Location: Austin , Texas

1701 North Congress
Austin, TX 78711

Practice Areas: Administrative and Public, Environmental, Government/Administrative, Oil, Gas and Energy Resources

Statutory Profile Last Certified On: 08/23/2021

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COURTS OF ADMITTANCE

Federal:
None Reported By Attorney

Other Courts:
None Reported By Attorney

Other States Licensed:
Michigan


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Practice information

Firm: Railroad Commission of Texas

Firm Size: None Specified

Occupation: None Specified

Practice Areas: Administrative and Public, Environmental, Government/Administrative, Oil, Gas and Energy Resources

Services Provided:
Deaf/Hard of Hearing Translation: Not Specified
ADA-accessible client service: Not Specified
Language translation: Not Specified

Fee Options Provided:
None Reported By Attorney

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Foreign Language Assistance:
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Law school
School
Degree earned
Graduation Date
Wayne State University
Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.) Graduation Date 05/2014
05/2014
Public disciplinary history
State of Texas

No Public Disciplinary History

Other States

None Reported By Attorney

Fee Options


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Payment Plans: The attorney's fee may be paid in installments instead of all at once.

Sliding Scale Fees: A reduced fee arrangement based on a review of the client's overall income and ability to pay.


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