Attorney Al Tailor graduated from Western Michigan Law School in 2013. Prior to joining Crawford & Boyle, Mr. Tailor served as a Public Defender in both Barrow County and Dekalb County, where he represented clients facing serious charges spanning from traffic citations to homicides. Mr. Tailor continued his public service at the Attorney General’s Office of Georgia, where he prosecuted Medicaid Fraud cases in conjunction with the United States Attorney’s Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. There, he received the Attorney of the Year award and an Outstanding Litigator award for successfully prosecuting a multi-million dollar fraud case in the Northern District of Georgia. In 2018, Mr. Tailor decided to diversify his legal experience and joined Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, as a senior civil trial attorney.
Over the past decade, Mr. Tailor has been involved in various pro bono activities including coaching and mentoring high school mock trial teams, as well as serving as a judge for the annual Empire Mock Trial competition held locally in Atlanta. Mr. Tailor is a frequent guest lecturer on advanced trial skills at Western Michigan Law School, where he shares his courtroom experiences with law students.
When Mr. Tailor is not in the courtroom zealously advocating for his clients, he enjoys performing live music with his band, and spending time in his woodshop, designing and building unique pieces of furniture. Mr. Tailor is a member of the Terminus Legion and an avid fan and supporter of Atlanta United FC.