TLRPAC Endorses Chris Taylor for 96th District Court in Tarrant County
FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION—January 27, 2020
Contact: Lucy Nashed
AUSTIN—Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC (TLRPAC) today endorsed Chris Taylor of Ft. Worth in his campaign for the 96th District Court, which serves Tarrant County.
“Each election cycle, TLRPAC supports judicial candidates who respect the rule of law and understand the importance of a fair and efficient legal system in our state,” TLRPAC General Counsel Lee Parsley said. “Chris Taylor is dedicated to a life of service in his community and as an assistant district attorney in Tarrant County. He is an experienced litigator who believes in the rule of law and upholding the integrity of our legal system. TLRPAC is proud to support him.”
Chris Taylor received a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas and a law degree from Texas Tech University, where he served as chairman of the Board of Barristers. He began his career at Kelly, Hart and Hallman, where he focused on litigation in state and federal courts. He later worked for Barlow, Garsek and Simon, before joining the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney’s Office, where he is the legal counsel for the Tarrant County Commissioners Court.
Chris Taylor is a board member of the Women’s Center of Tarrant County, the Alliance for Children and the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Advisory Board. He is also chairman of the State Bar of Texas Grievance Commission Panel 7-2, and a past member of the Haltom City Planning and Zoning Commission and Economic Development Board.