Board of Directors
Taylor Williams is a Deputy District Attorney at the San Diego District Attorney’s Office, where her practice is focused on conducting serious and violent felony trials. At the District Attorney’s office Taylor is involved with recruitment, office wide training, community outreach, and she serves as a mentor to law students. In 2020, Taylor helped create an advisory committee, CORE, the committee on Race and Equity who is committed to disrupting any inequities in the District Attorney’s Office, community, and criminal justice system. Taylor serves on the California Western School of Law Alumni Board, San Diego County Bar’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee, and the SDCBA’s Leadership Outreach Committee. Taylor received her Bachelor of Criminal Justice from New Mexico State University and Juris Doctorate from California Western School of Law. Taylor joined the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Foundation Board in 2018.
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