Taylor Romero represents clients over a diverse range of civil litigation and appellate practices, including bankruptcy, business tort, contract, construction, oil and gas, defamation, land use, administrative law, and constitutional law.  Her capacity to distill complex legal issues and facts into effective arguments, strategy, and preparation has been instrumental in successfully resolving cases.

Taylor graduated from Baylor Law School where she was recognized as an award-winning advocate and student.  While there, she was the 2012 state champion and award-winning advocate of the Texas Young Lawyers Association Moot Court Competition; the 2012 national champion of the Stetson National Pretrial Competition; and the 2011 regional champion and both regional and national award-winning advocate for the American Bar Association Appellate Advocacy Competition.  She was inducted into the National Order of Barristers for her skill in advocacy and in recognition of her work she received the Scott Douglass & McConnico LLP Evidence Award, the W. James Kronzer Appellate Advocacy Award, and the Buck J. Wynne Natural Resources Award.

Prior to law school, Taylor graduated summa cum laude from St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas, with a B.A. in English Language Arts and a minor in Education.  She was recognized as Student Teacher of the Year; was selected as the founding 9th grade, Pre‑AP English Language Arts teacher for the Academy of Global Studies at Austin High School where she developed and implemented a recognized, globally-focused curriculum; and received district and school-based awards for her work.

Taylor is licensed to practice in the courts in the states of Texas and Colorado.  She is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, the Western District of Texas, and the District of Colorado, as well as the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.