Taylor Sellers grew up in Macon, Georgia. He graduated with honors from Georgia College and State University with a Bachelors Degree in Political Science and Masters Degree in Public Administration. He attended Texas Tech School of Law on an academic scholarship where he served as a two term Law School Class President and Vice Chair of Negotiations for the Board of Barristers. Taylor began his career at a litigation firm where he worked on range complex civil and criminal cases. At that firm Taylor authored the winning briefs for the Georgia Supreme Court Case, Inagawa v. Fayette County et al, 291 GA. 715 (2012).
In 2013, Taylor changed practice areas to residential and commercial real estate. Since then, he has worked with real estate agents and loan officers, as well as their buying and selling clients, to facilitate the legal side of hundreds of real estate transactions. He has experience in closing residential purchases, REO properties, refinances, and commercial properties. He is a graduate of the prestigious Young Lawyer’s Division, Leadership Academy. Taylor was the founder and former Chairman for the Non-Traditional Careers Committee of the Young Lawyer’s Division as well as the former Chairman of the Real Estate Committee of the Young Lawyers Division. He is currently a member of the Atlanta Board of Realtors, the Atlanta Young Attorneys, and Real Property Section of the State Bar of Georgia.
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If you could master one skill?
Singing, solely so the people listening can actually enjoy it while I sing karaoke