Taylor Jones


Taylor Jones joined Montoya Hinckley as an associate in September 2019 after working as a summer associate at the firm in the summer of 2018.  While in law school, he externed for two federal judges: The Honorable Magistrate Judge Mark D. Clarke and the Honorable Bankruptcy Judge Thomas M. Renn.  Taylor also demonstrated excellent legal research and writing skills as a law student, earning the Excellence in Advocacy Award in his first year and the Richard Shaw Business Law Scholarship in his second year.  Taylor honed these skills as an Associate Editor for the Oregon Law Review, an Editor for the Oregon State Bar’s Debtor-Creditor Section Newsletter, a Business Law Fellow, a moot court participant, and a research assistant in bankruptcy law. 

Prior to law school, Taylor developed analytical skills while majoring in chemistry, which culminated in an honors thesis on enzyme kinetics.  He then worked at a vodka distillery in Idaho where he became familiar with the inner workings of a thriving small business.  As an associate at Montoya Hinckley, Taylor will be involved with general practice. 


Appalachian State University, B.S. in Chemistry, Minor in Mathematics, magna cum laude with University and Departmental Honors, 2014. 

University of Oregon School of Law, J.D., Order of the Coif, 2019; Associate Editor on the Oregon Law Review.

Admitted to Practice

Admitted to practice in Washington State and the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Washington. 


Yakima County Bar Association, Washington State Bar Association.

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