Taylor Morgan McQuaide, Esq.
Taylor graduated from the University of Florida in 2014, where she earned her Associates Degree and her Bachelors Degree in Criminology and Law. From there, She went straight into Law School at Florida Coastal School of Law. During her time in Law School, she maintained the role of Vice President of the Criminal Law Society, Vice President of the Republican Legal Society, and Social Chair of the Family Law Society.
Upon Graduation, she earned the highest Pro Bono Honors after dedicating more than 150 hours of her time working on cases for the underprivileged; a Criminal Law Specialization Certificate; and an Excellence for the Future Award after achieving the highest grades in her Trusts & Estates Classes. In her spare time, Taylor teaches a Life Skills Class to at risk Youth girls at local Middle Schools, and works closely with Girl Scouts in the Community Development Division.