Jason Taylor has a thriving practice in regulatory work, crime, employment and inquests. His approachability, experience and first-class advocacy make him the counsel of choice for many instructing solicitors. He is recognised as a leader in his field and regularly appears as Leading Junior or alone against Leading Counsel.
Jason has significant experience in devising and presenting training courses for public bodies. These include Avon and Somerset Constabulary, the National Association of Police Lawyers, the Care Quality Commission and National Employment groups. He is also retained to present nationwide CPD accredited seminars in Health and Safety and Regulatory law.
Jason Taylor is licensed to accept work under the Public Access rules.
Recommendations from public access clients:
“From the moment I made contact I felt that I was in safe hands. Not only was my enquiry answered quickly but Jason was genuinely empathetic regarding my case and its implications. After months of stress I felt reassured that I had made the right choice and it certainly was. He was highly efficient and accommodating. He was honest with me throughout and gave very clear logical advice.”
“Jason’s insight and understanding into A’s condition was so important and his ability to engage in such a warm and calm fashion was unbelievably helpful”.
“Prior to trial I found Jason’s advice invaluable in making decisions (and I am so glad I followed it). In court his presence and experience shone through and his advocacy was simply superb. I cannot recommend him highly enough.”
Recommendations in national publications:
A commanding advocate, who never loses the attention of the jury
Legal 500 2016
His practice covers a wide range of crimes, including death by dangerous driving and murder
Legal 500 2015
Experienced prosecution and defence barrister who regularly appears as a leading junior or alone against leading counsel.
Legal 500 2014
“particular expertise in fatal road traffic cases”
Legal 500 2013
“a particular expertise and specialism in fatal road traffic cases”
Legal 500 2012