Taylor is entering her final year as a Candidate for Juris Doctor at Syracuse University College Of Law and as a Candidate for Master of Public Administration at the Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. She is a 2016 magna cum laude graduate of Syracuse University College of Arts and Sciences with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History. At Syracuse University, Taylor serves as Editorial Member of the Syracuse Law Review and was honored with the CALI Award for Property and the Law Dean’s Scholarship. During her undergraduate work, Taylor was invited to join Phi Beta Kappa and was a Coronat Scholar, College of Arts and Sciences.
At Syracuse, Taylor has been active in the Women Law Students Association and served as Secretary in 2019-2020; Latin American Law Student Association; Syracuse Public Interest Network; Hancock Estabrook First Year Oral Advocacy Competition; Mediation Training, The Dispute Resolution Society and New Justice Mediation Services.
Taylor is also an Academic Success Fellow at the College of Law’s Office of Student Affairs, instructing first year law students on important legal study skills such as brief writing, outlining, and studying for exams in the context of the first year Torts and Property classes. She has served as a Legal Extern at Vera House, Inc. and for Judge Matthew J. Doran, Onondaga County Court. As an undergraduate she volunteered with the Hiscock Legal Aid Society Family Court Program and Appeals Program.