Taylor Ridley is an associate in the Global Antitrust Practice of White & Case. Taylor's practice focuses on antitrust litigation, representing clients in civil cases across a variety of service industries. Taylor also has assumed an active role in various complex commercial litigation and bankruptcy matters. Taylor's legal experience includes: drafting motions and legal briefs, deposition preparation, drafting and producing fact discovery, and legal research.
Taylor also maintains an active practice managing a variety of pro bono matters including assisting clients with criminal appeals and supporting victims of human trafficking.
Prior to joining White & Case, Taylor graduated from Georgetown University Law Center. During her time at Georgetown, Taylor served as a Notes Editor of the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics and completed an externship with the Senate Judiciary Committee under the supervision of Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI).