Taylor’s practice focuses on administrative law in the area of public utility regulation. She represents investor and municipally owned utility clients before the Public Utility Commission of Texas, Railroad Commission of Texas, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and the State Office of Administrative Hearings.
Prior to joining private practice, Taylor worked as an attorney at the Public Utility Commission of Texas, which gives her unique insight in representing and advocating on behalf of her clients who appear in front of the Commission. During her time at the Public Utility Commission of Texas, Taylor represented Commission Staff in a wide variety of contested case matters, including electric, water, and sewer utility rate cases; certificate of convenience and necessity proceedings; dual certification proceedings; sale, transfer, and merger proceedings; pass-through rate change proceedings; temporary manager appointments; consumer complaint proceedings; energy efficiency cost recovery factor proceedings; and distribution cost recovery factor proceedings.
- Texas A&M University School of Law, 2019 (J.D.), cum laude
- The University of Texas at Austin, 2012 (B.S.)
- Texas, 2019
- Represented a municipally owned electric utility seeking a rate increase in a highly contested base rate proceeding.
- Represented a municipally owned electric utility seeking a rate increase in a transmission cost of service case at the Public Utility Commission of Texas.
- Represented a municipally owned electric utility in its request to integrate its electric load into the Electric Reliability Council of Texas.
- Advocated for clients’ interests in several Public Utility Commission of Texas rulemakings related to electric market redesign in the aftermath of Winter Storm Uri.
- Order of the Coif
- Public Utility Commission of Texas, Newcomer of the Year Award for Exceptional Work Product
- State Bar of Texas, Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section, Buck J. Wynne Scholarship Recipient
- State Bar of Texas, Public Utility Law Section; Administrative and Public Law Section
- Austin Bar Association, Administrative Law Section
- “Legal Fallout from Winter Storm Uri: An Overview of the Litigation Landscape, Legislative Directives, and PUC Rulemakings,” Texas Public Power Association Annual Meeting, July 2021