Taylor D. Lawson represents and advises employers on various labor and employment matters.
Prior to joining Littler, Taylor was an associate at a Jackson, Tennessee, law firm where she focused on labor and employment law. During law school, Taylor served as symposium editor for the Tennessee Journal on Race, Gender & Social Justice and president of the Marilyn Yarbrough Chapter of the Black Law Student Association. Taylor’s article, “The Right to Reentry: A Look at the Unemployment Crisis for Individuals with Criminal Records and Tennessee’s Efforts to Solve the Problem” was published in the Tennessee Journal on Race, Gender & Social Justice.
As a part of her legal work, Taylor continues to play a role in community engagement. Taylor is the co-author of “The Brown Girl’s Guide to College” and “The Book of Success and Scholarship” and is the co-founder of The Cooperative, a 501(c)3 whose mission is to combine knowledge and further diversity in academic and professional settings through workshops, mentoring and the development of guidebooks.