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Taylor focuses on healthcare regulatory matters.

Taylor’s interest in law was sparked while on the high school debate team, where she appreciated the challenge of understanding both sides of an argument. Her passion for learning, combined with her desire to facilitate compromise in divisive times, drove her to pursue a legal career. She sees the law as an ever-evolving landscape that offers endless learning opportunities and the chance to be a force for positive change.

During law school, Taylor’s internship with the U.S. Attorney’s Office shaped her perspective on healthcare law, particularly around the sensitive area of substance use treatment records. It was there that she realized her calling was on the regulatory side, preferring proactive measures over reactive ones.

While in law school, Taylor connected with courses on health information confidentiality, security, and mental health law. Her work with a health law professor on HIPAA student treatment records not only enhanced her understanding but showcased her knack for detailed research.

Taylor is drawn to the Healthcare Regulatory practice area due to its proactive nature in ensuring that healthcare institutions provide top-notch care to patients. At Husch Blackwell, she focuses on matters such as healthcare privacy, confidentiality, and mental health law (including 42 C.F.R. Part 2, the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act, the SUPPORT for Patients & Communities Act, and emerging therapy). She also assists with issues relating to healthcare quality, including adverse event reporting, licensure and certification questions, and the Health Care Quality Improvement Act.

Hardworking, enthusiastic, and resourceful, Taylor is known for her reliability, her clear communication style, and her ability to break down intricate issues.



  • J.D., University of Oklahoma College of Law
    • with honors
    • American Indian Law Review, Assistant Executive Editor
  • B.A., University of Oklahoma


  • Missouri

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • Federal Bar Association


  • Spanish, conversational
2023 Pro Bono Contributor
Outside the Office

Taylor is a football fan who roots for the Oklahoma Sooners and Kansas City Chiefs and who attends as many games as possible. She also loves spending time with her dogs, Hudson (a Beagle) and Winnie the Pooch (a Boxer/Lab mix), taking walks, going to the park, and enjoying a game of fetch.

When she has time away from work, Taylor loves to travel. Recent trips include the Dominican Republic, New Orleans, and Las Vegas.

Community Leadership

During her six years in Oklahoma, Taylor actively volunteered with the Norman Women’s Resource Center, a domestic violence shelter and rape crisis center for men, women, and children. The organization provides free and confidential services to victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking, as well as educational programs for the whole community.