Taylor earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Point Loma Nazarene University in 2007. After working for a period of time at a quasi-governmental agency in San Diego, Taylor returned to school, attending the University of La Verne. At the University of La Verne, Taylor earned a Juris Doctorate (J.D.) and a Master in Public Administration, graduating in 2011 and 2012, respectively. From the time Taylor has graduated, she has maintained a huge commitment to her continuing education. Taylor spends hours each month on continuing legal education classes, including devoting weekends to attending conferences. It is required for attorneys to complete 25 hours of continuing education every 3 years; however, in just 2017, Taylor completed over 100 hours of continuing education. The law is also changing and evolving and it is very important to Taylor to stay up to date.
While in law school, Taylor founded the Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF), which is still operating at La Verne Law. In 2 years, Taylor was able to raise over $30,000 to fund student scholarships, enabling scholarship recipients to work in unpaid positions over the summer. These scholarships not only benefited the students by allowing them to work without financial concerns, but also helped provide access to legal assistance for needy populations. In addition to her commitment to PILF, Taylor was also in the top 20 students in her class at the end of her first year, meaning she was able to become a member of the Law Review. Once on Law Review, Taylor ultimately became the Chief Managing Editor of the Law Review for her final year at La Verne Law. Finally, Taylor was committed to helping her fellow students and volunteered to be a Contracts Teaching Assistant, which required weekly review sessions and individual tutoring. Because of her position as a Teaching Assistant, she was afforded the opportunity to edits and participate in the writing process of “Principles of Contract Law”, authored by her professors Juanda Daniel and Dean Kevin Marshall.
During law school, Taylor gained practical experience by obtaining an externship at the San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office, by working as a law clerk position at a local family law office, and by participating in the Justice and Immigration Clinic at Law Verne Law. Being exposed to both criminal and family law during law school shaped Taylor’s ultimate goal to become a criminal and family law attorney.
- Law Office Affiliations Law Office of Taylor B. Warner, APLC
- Education MPA (2012) | Masters in Business & Public Administration
- Accident Injury
- Bicycle Personal Injury
- Brain Injury
- DUI DWI
- Personal Injury
- Sexual Assault
- Vaccine Injury