Lee R. Taylor, Senior Member, holds a B.A. in Psychology from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, and his J.D. law degree from the Mercer University School of Law. While still in law school, he had already started his career in the legal profession as part of the university’s third-year practice program. Taylor has considerable experience on both sides of the courtroom. Before moving into a private practice that involved both civil litigation and criminal defense cases, he served as assistant district attorney for Dalton, Georgia.
Lee went on to serve as city attorney for Ellijay, Georgia; as county attorney for Gilmer County, Georgia, during the 1990s—a time of transition for the county from a rural Appalachian community to a suburb in the greater Atlanta metropolitan region; as special Assistant Attorney General for the state Department of Transportation and, also, for the state Department of Human Resources — dealing with rights-of-way cases, title transfers and condemnation litigation for the former, with cases for the Division of Family and Children Services for the latter.
Lee can also boast extensive experience in the creation of stoneware pottery, stemming from his family’s pottery business. An active member of the Lexington Baptist Church, he resides with his wife, Rebecca, on their family farm in Rockbridge County, where Taylor says the current crop is horses. The Taylor's have four children.
Janet Tomlin has been working as a Paralegal at Spencer & Taylor, PLC since 1990. Janet assists with estate planning, corporate work, and all civil and criminal litigation. While Janet has extensive experience in all matters, she most enjoys assisting with traffic cases.
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