Taylor Waters traveled all over the West Coast, living in Big Bear, California, Las Vegas, the North Pole, Alaska, and Bellingham, Washington. She graduated from Western Washington University’s Fairhaven College with an interdisciplinary concentration in Law, Diversity, and Justice: Animals. Taylor attended Michigan State University College of Law, where she graduated magna cum laude. While at MSU, she was the Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Animal and Natural Resource Law and a moot court champion. She worked as an extern at the Michigan State Department of Attorney General in the Corporate Oversight Division, where she gained valuable experience in litigation, class actions, and a wide variety of consumer cases, including the Flint Water Crisis. As part of her time at the Michigan AG’s office, she wrote a section of a brief which won before the 6th Circuit of the United States. Taylor is currently completing a Masters at OSU’s Medical school for Bioethics.
She currently lives with her baby girl, Norah, her husband, and a menagerie of dogs and cats.