Taylor Burgoon works in our business litigation practice group handling matters including public records requests, homeowners association (HOA) disputes, breach of contract, fraud, negligence and Indian Law/Tribal law issues. She also has a developing appellate law practice and is adept at reviewing records, drafting briefs and supporting documents, and preparing for oral arguments.
Although there are no attorneys in her family, Taylor knew she wanted to be an attorney by the seventh grade. She honed her reading, research, and writing abilities and combined her academics with activities such as the debate team to set herself up to enjoy an accelerated journey in the legal world. During law school, Taylor interned in the legal department at APS and served as an extern for the Honorable John J. Tuchi at the federal district court. Upon graduation, she received the Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Award for excellence in constitutional law studies.
Today as a business litigation attorney, she has a passion for advocating and supporting her clients, and she enjoys the intellectual requirements of a successful business litigator – tirelessly working on the legal reasoning and analysis of a case.
As a proud member of the Fiesta Bowl Committee, Taylor is committed to giving back and making a difference in the Phoenix community. Outside of her work as a business litigation attorney, she recharges her batteries through music, exercise (workouts, yoga and running), hiking, camping and exploring the amazing environs of Arizona. She is now training for a backpacking expedition through the Havasupai Indian Reservation in the Grand Canyon National Park.