Taylor is a Certified Information Privacy Professional for European data protection law (CIPP/E) and U.S. private-sector privacy law (CIPP/US).
Taylor’s practice focuses on litigation with an emphasis on technology and privacy-related matters. Taylor has experience defending against consumer class actions as well as litigation involving software licenses and general business disputes. She also has experience advising companies on compliance and obligations under various federal privacy laws, including the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and the CAN-SPAM Act.
Taylor earned her law degree from Washington University School of Law, where she served as an executive editor of the Washington University Law Review and was the recipient of the Orthwein Scholar in Law Award. During law school, Taylor gained valuable exposure to privacy and technology-related issues, including courses in information privacy, civil liberties in cyberspace, as well as participating in supervised research on the intersect between law and artificial intelligence.
Prior to joining Cozen O’Connor as a summer associate, Taylor was a law clerk in the General Counsel Division of the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office. Taylor received her undergraduate degree in both philosophy and political science from the University of Washington in Seattle.