Tayler Rahm is a born leader with a proven record of standing up to the increasing government encroachment on the constitutional rights of everyday Americans. Born into a blue-collar family, as a young child, Tayler moved from a small town in Central Minnesota to a suburb of the Twin Cities with his mother and sister. Tayler learned the value of hard work and determination from his mother—a single mom who always went the extra mile to provide for her children despite struggling to make ends meet. Her persistence paid off as she forged a successful business career which provided the means for the family to purchase a house in Savage, Minnesota, where Tayler grew up.

Sports figured prominently in Tayler’s childhood journey. He attended elementary school in Savage and middle school in Prior Lake where his athletic talents flourished in basketball, football, and baseball. The leadership skills he developed on the field were recognized during high school at the Academy of Holy Angels in Richfield, where he was selected as captain of both the baseball and football teams. His devotion to excellence paid off at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, where he was a member of the National Championship Baseball Team in 2009, he was voted to be captain of the team and recognized as the Conference Player of the Year.

Having earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from the University of St.Thomas, it was Tayler’s patriotic love of the U.S. Constitution and his desire to protect those rights for all Americans that led to his decision to pursue a career as an attorney. In 2015, he received his J.D. degree from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, and he paid his dues working for a local law firm before deciding to open his own practice and became a small business owner. Rahm Law, PLLC officially opened in 2019. Tayler is currently an active member of the bar and licensed to practice in both State and Federal Court.

Tayler has defended clients throughout Minnesota, including successful litigation where he demonstrated his clients’ rights were violated by the government under both the United States and Minnesota Constitutions. His efforts in championing those rights did not escape recognition. Tayler was named to the 40 under 40 list for trial lawyers in Minnesota and he has built a stellar reputation with County Attorneys and Judges across the State due to his ethics, hard work, and persistence that laid the foundation for his legal achievements.

When not fighting for Americans’ rights in the courtroom, Rahm continues to enjoy sports as a lifelong fan of the Twins, Vikings, Wild, and Gophers. And like any true Minnesotan, he loves lake life, which he enjoys often with Rachael, his new wife, a nursing administrator who also grew up in Savage. Tayler and Rachael currently reside in Burnsville with their dog, Royce.