Taylor Lang is from Boynton Beach, Florida and attended Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida, where she majored in Political Science.
After developing an ambition for environmental advocacy at Florida Gulf Coast, Taylor pursued a legal education at Nova Southeastern University Law School in Davie, Florida, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. During her time at Nova, Taylor served on the executive board for the Environmental & Land Use Law Society and the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund. Taylor also worked as a Research Assistant to the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and to her professor of Legal Research and Writing, giving her a research background in a variety of legal issues.
During Taylor’s first summer as a law student, she volunteered for the Maine Volunteer Lawyers Project Family Law Clinic in Bangor, Maine. Through this volunteer opportunity, Taylor developed a passion for helping families navigate the overwhelming task of pursuing laws suits such as divorce and child custody proceedings. In her final year of school, Taylor worked as a volunteer with the Lake Worth Waterkeeper, campaigning for Florida’s local waterways.
Taylor is excited to translate her advocacy skills from her diverse education and experience to competently serve and assist families in the pursuit of legal solutions to their match their needs.
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- Palm Beach County Bar Association, Member