Thomas Clark “T.C.” Taylor
Born and raised in American Fork, Utah, T.C. is a proud fourth-generation Caveman from American Fork High School. He knows and loves Utah Valley and has family stretched from the point of the mountain down through south county, even continuing down to St. George. Utah has always been his home and he is proud to work and serve in the area he loves.
T.C. earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Utah Valley University in 2013, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude in Integrated Studies, which included a combined study of Business Management, Philosophy, and French. He attended the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University on scholarship and graduated in April 2016. While attending BYU, he participated on the Trial Advocacy team, volunteered as secretary of the Tax and Estate Planning Society, and served as a Senior Editor on the Education and Law Journal.
During his first summer of law school, T.C. clerked for the Fifth District Court in St. George, Utah. In 2016, he began clerking for Howard, Lewis and Petersen and was admitted to the Utah State Bar and U.S. District Court, District of Utah that October before joining the firm as an associate.
T.C. and his wife, Abbie, are the proud parents of 3 children. He enjoys waterskiing, woodworking, reading, and forcing his kids to go on hikes. He and his wife love to try new food, garden, and run races together. He is fluent in French and is currently attempting to teach himself Spanish.