After serving as a member of the 2020 and 2021 summer associate class, Taylor Bollt returns to the firm as an associate in the Land Use & Environmental Department. He is based out of the firm’s Naples office and will work alongside his mentor and department chair, Jeff Wright.
Taylor always knew he wanted to be a part of an organization that served the community. His vision for his practice is to create a lasting impact in the region by assisting in its growth and development. He entered the legal world as a Legislative Aid for a County Commissioner in Hillsborough County. This experience introduced Taylor to the complexity of financial planning for a community, the enforcement of codes and regulations, and the issues that affect land development.
Taylor attained his undergraduate degree at the University of Tampa, where he majored in Political Science and minored in Public Speaking. While achieving his Juris Doctorate from Stetson University College of Law, Taylor was honored to serve as Team Captain for a team of law students in a dispute resolution competition. His peers selected him for his strong negotiation skills and articulate speech.
Taylor is a native of Southwest Florida and grew up in Naples.
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Professional and Civic Affiliations
Taylor is a member of the Collier County Bar Association. In 2022, Taylor accepted a position on the local Urban Land Institute (ULI) SWFL Chapter Management Committee.