Taylor practices in the area of criminal law and was called to the bar in June 2017.
Taylor received a full athletic scholarship, in addition to an academic scholarship, to play on the Women’s Tennis Team at Baylor University in Texas. Here, she obtained her Bachelor of Arts in English, French (minor) in 2011 and a Juris Doctor from Baylor Law School in 2014. Taylor took an early interest in criminal law and pursued that passion throughout law school.
Taylor is from Hamilton and after eight years away, she is excited to move back to her home community. She has experience working with the inner city and is passionate about helping those in need. She has spent time writing grants, hosting fundraisers, volunteering, and planning events for charities in Hamilton that cater to at-risk youth and low-income families and individuals, particularly those with mental health issues. Taylor is a current board member of the Jump In Foundation.
While competing on the Baylor Tennis Team from 2007-2011, Taylor helped her team to four Regular Season and Tournament Championships in the Big 12 Conference, four NCAA Elite Eights, two NCAA Final Fours, and a ranking of Number 1 in NCAA Division 1 Women’s Tennis. Notably, she received the Elite 88 award, which recognizes the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average who has reached the final NCAA competition site. Taylor has coached tennis in a variety of places, including New York, Connecticut, Texas, California, and Ontario. She remains an avid player and coach.
Taylor is bilingual and welcomes opportunities to use her French.