Taylor attended the University of Arizona where she received dual degrees in Law and Political Science with a minor in Sociology. She was a member of the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority where she was the ritual chairwoman and the Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity where she was the Executive Vice President. After graduation in 2020 Taylor immediately entered law school.
Taylor moved to New England and attended the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law. While in law school, Taylor was the Vice President of the Women Law Student Association, a member and coach of the Trademarks Moot Court Team, and worked in the criminal defense clinic. She spent her time in the clinic as a student attorney taking conflict cases from the New Hampshire Public Defender.
Taylor spent both her summers in law school externing at the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office where she gained criminal experience on the prosecutor’s side. During her time there, Taylor worked in East Valley Justice Courts and with a trial group dealing with felony offenses when she was Rule 39 certified through the Arizona Supreme Court. Upon graduation she returned home to Arizona and began employment with R&R Law Group ready to hit the ground running, working to achieve the best results for all clients. Taylor recently received her US citizenship and became a dual citizen of both Canada and the United States. She loves to spend her free time traveling.