Taylor Osborne is an Associate in the Litigation group. At UNC Law, she was the Pro Bono Coordinator for her class for two years, completing over 150 hours of service. She also served as an article’s editor for the First Amendment Law Review, the Pro Bono and Faculty Coordinator for UNC’s Women in Law organization, and received the Eugene Gressman & Daniel H. Pollitt Award recognizing outstanding oral advocacy. Her most meaningful experience in law school was representing victims of domestic and sexual violence through the clinical program in her final year.
- University of North Carolina, Juris Doctor, 2023
- East Tennessee State University, bachelor’s degree, 2020
- Clyde First Baptist Church, Member
- Licensed in North Carolina
A native of Clyde, North Carolina, Taylor has a deep-rooted commitment to her community and the mountains of Western NC. Taylor attended East Tennessee State University as a Roan Scholar before attending the University of North Carolina School of Law. Aside from enjoying spending time with her family and miniature pinscher, Emmy, Taylor has a love for cooking and traveling which leads her to explore various cuisines from around the world. Most of all, she enjoys rolling up her sleeves for home improvement projects and looks for any opportunity to spend time outdoors