Antonia “Toni” Taylor
Ms. Taylor is a new associate attorney practicing in a variety of areas, including Labor and Employment law, Estate Planning, and general transactional law.
Ms. Taylor was born and raised in Laredo, Texas. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management from Texas A&M International University and served as the 2017 President of the TAMIU Pre-Law Association. Prior to graduating with her undergraduate degree, Ms. Taylor obtained a Texas Real Estate License and handled multiple residential and commercial transactions before relocating to Dallas for her legal education. She received her law degree from the University of North Texas Dallas (UNT) College of Law. After Ms. Taylor’s first semester of law school, she joined the Hispanic Law Student Association and was elected to serve as the vice-president of the Immigration and Public Service Law Student Association. During her second year of law school, she competed in the annual Thomas Coburn Moot Court Competition and was inducted into the UNT College of Law Board of Advocates after placing in the semi-finals. She ended her last year of law school participating in the Community Lawyering Clinic in the heart of Dallas County. Throughout the program, she handled matters that ranged from landlord/tenant issues to child custody disputes on behalf of low-income individuals scattered across the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
Ms. Taylor worked as a Summer Law Clerk at Whitworth Cigarroa, PLLC during her second summer at UNT College of Law and continued to remotely assist the firm from Dallas during her last year of law school.
Ms. Taylor is a focused and zealous advocate who will work diligently to ensure effective and efficient representation is provided to her clients.
- Texas A&M International University
- B.B.A- Management– December 2017
- University of North Texas Dallas College of Law
- J.D.– May 2022
- Texas, 2022