Amy Taylor, associate in the firm’s Seattle office, has been invited to participate in the Starbucks Law & Corporate Affairs Department, Diversity Mentorship Program for the 2020-21 year.
The Starbucks Diversity Mentorship Program connects Starbucks in-house lawyers with private practice junior attorneys from diverse backgrounds in one-to-one mentorship relationships. This program will foster direct, informal interactions over a one-year period to help diverse junior attorneys learn their craft and connect and network in the local community of legal professionals and business leaders.
Taylor is an associate in the Seattle office of Gordon & Rees and is a member of the Product & General Liability, Employment, and Commercial Litigation practice groups. She brings a broad range of litigation experience to her practice, which includes complex research, regulatory and statutory analysis, and motions drafting.
She is co President-Elect of the Vietnamese-American Bar Association of Washington and is on the executive board of the William L. Dwyer American Inn of Court as an At-Large Trustee.