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Taylor Lilley

Taylor Lilley
Public Interest Law Fellow

Taylor is a recent graduate of the University Of Maryland Francis King Carey School Of Law, where she received a certificate of concentration in environmental law. During her time at the University of Maryland, Taylor was awarded Best Oralist at the Pace National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition and received the University of Maryland’s Public Service Award. Taylor has served as a legal contributor on an interdisciplinary team tasked with capacity building for an off-grid greywater treatment system in Palestine and worked with the University of Malawi Chancellor College of Law to further develop their Environmental Justice and Sustainability clinic. Prior to law school, Taylor worked with the American Bee Project in South Florida, developing relationships between landowners and beekeepers in an effort to promote the growth and sustainability of local bee colonies. Taylor also holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Forest Resources and Conservation from the University of Florida, located in her home state.