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Mark Taylor is an experienced civil rights litigator who is dedicated to seeking justice for his clients.  He is a former partner at Rankin & Taylor where he worked primarily on police misconduct cases, as well as criminal defense and employment matters. He gained valuable experience litigating extensively against the City of New York on cases in state and federal court.  Following his time at Rankin & Taylor, Mark worked with Bronx Legal Services where he represented indigent New Yorkers facing eviction in the Bronx.

Mark volunteers as General Counsel for Memory Advocate Peers(MAP) an organization which assists those caring for loved ones with Alzheimer’s Disease or other forms of dementia.  He is also the former Vice-President of the New York City Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild.

Mark enjoys working as a zealous advocate for his clients.  He takes the time to thoroughly understand each of his client’s cases and enjoys getting to know the people he works with.  Mark appreciates the difference his work can make in his client’s lives while keeping in mind monetary recoveries can never fully compensate an individual for injustice and mistreatment.

Interesting facts about Mark: 

Mark is an avid cyclist and runner.  He once rode a bicycle across northern India. He spent time living in Hefei, China where he taught English.  He has three children and lives in Brooklyn.


National Lawyer Guild


New York, SDNY, EDNY


Reed College 1999, Brooklyn Law School 2007


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