Meet Your Lawyer

Taylor B. Sloan

Attorney at Law

Professional Experience:

2010: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

2014: Juris Doctor University of Missouri, Kansas City, MO

2014-2018: Attorney, Bologna & Blair, LLC

2018-Present: Attorney & Owner, Sloan Law Office, LLC

Background:

Taylor B. Sloan is a general practice attorney from Lee’s Summit, Missouri, focusing his practice in state and municipal criminal defense, DWI/DUI’s, suspended/revoked licenses, and other traffic matters.

Taylor graduated from the University of Missouri - Columbia in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.  Taylor continued his studies in Kansas City completing his Juris Doctor at the University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law in 2014.  While a law student, Taylor served as chair member on the UMKC Board of Barristers, an organization created to promote trial advocacy.  Taylor was one of ten law students at UMKC selected to become a member of the National Order of Barristers.  This honor is bestowed upon students who exhibit the strongest courtroom advocacy skills.

Taylor got his start with Potter, Bologna & Blair, now Bologna & Blair, a small firm in Liberty, Missouri, concentrating on similar matters. During his time at his former firm, Taylor spent countless hours in courtrooms in both Missouri and Kansas. Taylor has used this experience to advise clients through all stages of legal proceedings.

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Why I Chose My Location

Growing up in Eastern Jackson County, I've always considered this part of town as my home. Spending the first four years of my legal career north of the river allowed me to take in a part of this town that I seldom visited prior to beginning my career, however I've always wanted to move my office back home. Choosing an office in Independence, Missouri has allowed me to regain that sense of "home", while also setting me in a central location so I can easily service all of the jurisdictions that surround Jackson County in both Missouri and Kansas.