Just like design professionals, Taylor utilizes creative strategy to achieve the best possible outcome for her clients.

Taylor’s experience as both a transactional attorney and litigator provides a unique perspective. She finds that, after providing them with litigation advice, her clients turn to Taylor to serve as a sounding board for corporate advice. Taylor’s practice focuses on representing design professionals in a vast array of construction litigation claims. She understands the complexities of construction law, and advocates for her clients in a clear and straightforward manner.

Using lessons learned through prior litigation, Taylor advises design professionals throughout contract drafting and negotiation, in employment disputes, and, more generally, through the regulatory schemes associated with a multi-state practice. Taylor realizes that design professionals would rather avoid costly litigation and project delays, and that the best way to do so is through risk allocation and forward-thinking contract drafting.


American University Washington College of Law, JD (with honors)
Rollins College, B.A.


American Bar Association Forum on the Construction Industry
DC Bar - Member of the Corporate, Finance and Securities; Employment; and Litigation Sections
Women's Bar Association for the District of Columbia