Ms. Soliz Taylor defends the interests of law enforcement agencies, child welfare agencies, health departments, and other public entities in civil rights and employment actions. She also defends medical professionals and medical organizations against professional negligence claims.
Ms. Soliz Taylor graduated from Harvard University with a Bachelor of Arts in Government. She is the founder and President Emeritus of the Harvard Sabliere Society. After college she worked for Pfizer Inc. and for various Silicon Valley tech companies as a Director of Public Relations and Communications. Her PR work led to a career in television news as a reporter and anchor with ABC News, Inside DFW Entertainment Television, and Afterbuzz TV. Her coverage of high-profile court cases and the judicial system as a political and legal journalist led to her career in law.
Ms. Soliz Taylor graduated from Southwestern Law School’s accelerated SCALE program and has a specialized citation in Criminal Law Practice and Advocacy. While at Southwestern Law School, she clerked at the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office in the Hardcore Gang Unit and was a certified law clerk in the Preliminary Hearings Unit where she presided over criminal felony arraignments and felony preliminary hearings. Ms. Soliz Taylor served as President of Southwestern’s Criminal Law Society and as Vice-President of the Women’s Law Association.
Ms. Soliz Taylor was admitted to the State Bar of California in 2020 and may practice before all courts in the state of California. She is a member of the Beverly Hills Bar Association