Hunter Taylor is known for his ability to understand client needs, be adaptable to changing circumstances, and to remain poised under pressure. As an associate attorney at Griffith Davison, Hunter’s primary focus is to serve the firm’s clients in corporate and transactional matters.

His analytical nature and his corporate law experience position Hunter well to handle complex business matters and uncover relevant insights to help clients see the big picture.

Hunter received his Juris Doctorate in 2017 from the Louisiana State University. As a law student Hunter concentrated his legal studies in and around the transactional and real estate practice, and wrote articles including “TDR Programs: A pragmatists approach to implementation and maintenance” during his tenure at LSU’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center.

Outside of the office, Hunter’s interests include woodworking and spending time outdoors.

  • State Bar of Texas
    • Real Property Section
    • Corporate Counsel Section
    • Business Law Section
  • Dallas Bar Association
    • Real Property Section
  • Texas Young Lawyers Association
  • Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
  • Dallas Bar Association – Headnotes
    • Protection in Perpetuity — SB 885 Bridges the Gap (June 2022)
  • Federal Government Issues Procedures for “Corporate Transparency” (March 2023)


  • Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center
    • Juris Doctor – 2017
  • Florida Atlantic University
    • Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance – 2014

Bar Admissions

State Bar of Texas – 2017