Taylor Webster practices as part of the personal law and corporate and transactional areas. She first joined the firm as a Summer Associate in 2021 and continued working as a law clerk while in law school.
Before joining Lewis Kappes, Taylor gained extensive experience in public interest work. Taylor served as a law clerk for a victim advocacy nonprofit organization in Indianapolis, the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, the Coalition for Court Access, and most recently served in IU McKinney’s Health and Human Rights Clinic where she represented Indianapolis residents facing housing crises. Taylor gained invaluable experience representing tenants as a certified legal intern where she litigated cases in small claims court, drafted motions and settlement agreements, and negotiated with landlords and their attorneys.
As a law student, Taylor was involved in the Black Law Student Association, serving as the Mentoring Chair for the 2020-2021 school year. Taylor also served as the Vice President of IU McKinney’s Student Bar Association and the Secretary for IUPUI’s Graduate and Professional Student Government. In 2022, she was named as a recipient of the Champions of Diversity Award.
Prior to law school, Taylor earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Indiana University East with Highest Distinction.
Taylor takes a reasoned approach to understanding and developing a client’s goals from the beginning, and then works to implement those goals in the personal law and corporate matters she handles.