Since our Firm's founding in 1912 when co-founder B.B. Taylor helped launch Baton Rouge's first YMCA, Taylor Porter has embraced the role of “corporate citizen” and continued for more than 100 years a strong tradition of community service throughout our City, supporting more than 50 community and nonprofit organizations.
We understand that community stewardship requires an ongoing commitment from our entire firm through our pro bono work and community service through various organizations impacting the Baton Rouge community.
In 2016, Taylor Porter attorneys totaled 64 pro bono hours for an in-kind donation value of more than $15,000 for the Baton Rouge Bar Association, through its numerous pro bono programs, including Thirst for Justice, Ask A Lawyer, Wills for Heroes, etc.
Whether serving on the boards of directors of nonprofit organizations or making contributions to worthwhile causes, our attorneys and staff make significant contributions to the communities in which they live and work.
Here are some of the ways we’re involved: