Taylor Jorgensen joined Lagomarsino Law as a Law Clerk in June 2020, after completing her first year at William S. Boyd School of Law. In her second year, Taylor is a member of Boyd’s Gaming Law Journal and serves on the executive boards of the Workplace Law Club, Cannabis Law Society, and Organization of Psychology and Law. Prior to beginning at Boyd, Taylor graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. In the future, she hopes to continue pursuing employment law as well as break into the field of cannabis law.
Taylor Jorgensen began as a Law Clerk at Lagomarsino Law in Summer 2020 after finishing her first year of law school. In October 2022, Taylor transitioned into her role as an attorney at the firm. While she has been involved in a variety of case types, Taylor particularly enjoys working on employment and civil rights cases at all stages of litigation.
Taylor was born and raised in Las Vegas, graduating from Ed W. Clark High School and going on to complete her undergraduate degree at UNLV, where she studied psychology with a personal focus on memory and addiction studies. After graduating UNLV in December 2018, Taylor started at William S. Boyd School of Law in August 2019. While in law school, Taylor spent a year in the Education Advocacy Clinic, was a member of the Gaming Journal, and was active in several student organizations including Cannabis Law Society, Workplace Law Society, and the Organization of Psychology and Law.
Outside of work, Taylor enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends and reading all the books she didn’t have time for in law school.