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.

Affiliazioni professionali e istituzionali

Attorney Mentor

Shelby County Youth Court Volunteer Program


University of Tennessee College of Law Black Alumni Association


Christian Brothers University Alumni Association


Recipient, Charles H. Miller Civil Advocacy Award

for outstanding achievement in Advocacy

University of Tennessee College of Law


LaSallian Fellow

Christian Brothers University


News, Analysis & Press

Non-Binary Gender Option Added to EEOC Discrimination Charge Intake Process

HR Professionals Magazine

May 2022

Evaluation of EEOC’s 2020 Enforcement and Litigation Statistics

HR Professionals Magazine

January 2022

How to Write a Vaccination Policy for Your Organization

HR Professionals Magazine

September 2021

Job Applicants and Age Discrimination Claims

HR Professionals Magazine

January 2021

Federal Court Vacates Portions of the DOL’s Final Rule Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

HR Professionals Magazine

September 2020


  • The Brown Girl’s Guide to College
  • The Book of Success and Scholarship


  • J.D., University of Tennessee College of Law, 2020
  • B.A., Christian Brothers University, 2017

Foro di appartenenza



  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Tennessee