Christine Taylor's practice primarily focuses on the discovery phase of complex litigation and regulatory actions on matters ranging from telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, and retail trade. Ms. Taylor has extensive experience in overseas discovery and document collection, having led projects in Turkey, Brazil, and India. In 2011, she lead a six-month document collection in Delhi, India, where she successfully balanced the needs of the client, the firm, and multiple vendors. More recently, Ms. Taylor led a small team of attorneys tasked with performing strategic case data analysis in a very large multidistrict litigation.
Ms. Taylor’s various pro bono work includes participating with the Whitman-Walker Clinic's Medicare Part D Clinic, working with the DC Election Protection Voter Hotline, and volunteering at the Southern Poverty Law Center’s site in Lumpkin, Georgia—where she spent a week interviewing detainees at the Stewart Detention Center.
Prior to attending law school, Ms. Taylor worked for several years as assistant editor at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.
- J.D., Case Western Reserve University School of Law, 2004
- B.A., History, University of Minnesota - Duluth, 1994
- District of Columbia