Taylor N. Mullaney assists clients with various aspects of trial preparation, including legal research and the drafting of motions and other legal memoranda.
She has researched and drafted legal memoranda regarding defamation, asylum, complex acquisitions, corporate mergers, and employment law. She has also drafted direct and cross examinations in preparation for hearing.
While in law school, Taylor interned at the Equip for Equality’s Special Education Clinic, where she helped advocate for children with disabilities in schools throughout Illinois. Taylor also acted as president of Street Law, a law school organization that sends law student teams to Chicago high schools for monthly legal lessons.
Before attending law school, Taylor was a Teach For America corps member in Memphis, Tennessee, where she taught high school French and English.
American College of Trial Lawyers Fulton W. Haight Award for Best Oralist, 2017-2018 National Moot Court Competition (February 2018)
Winning Team Member, 68th Annual National Moot Court Competition (February 2018)
American College of Trial Lawyers Award for Best Oralist, 2017 Midwest Regional Finals of the 68th Annual National Moot Court Competition (November 2017)
Recognized by Northwestern Pritzker School of Law for completing 300 hours of public service during law school
Recognized by Teach For America as top quartile teacher for student achievement gains
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- Northwestern University School of Law, J.D., 2018, cum laude, Journal of Law and Social Policy - Notes & Comment Editor
- Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism, M.S., 2015
- College of William & Mary, B.A., 2012, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa