Tayler Walters works with consumers in class actions to combat unfair business practices by corporations, including investors who have been victimized in financial fraud schemes and people whose personal information has been compromised in large-scale data/privacy breaches. She previously worked in a plaintiff’s law firm advocating for consumers in a range of areas, including personal injury, product liability, premises liability, employment law, and elder abuse.
Tayler is a 2020 graduate, magna cum laude, of the University of San Francisco School of Law. In law school, she served as a Development Director on the Moot Court Board where she coached her fellow students and competed in the National Appellate Advocacy Competition. Tayler received a Merit Scholarship, earned CALI awards for receiving the highest grade in Professional Responsibility and in Contracts Law, and externed for California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye. Tayler received her undergraduate degree in Political Science and Government from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2017.