Meet Taylor McGrew

Law Clerk

Taylor McGrew is a Law Clerk at Slater Slater Schulman and a relentless advocate for sexual abuse and trauma survivors. With experience in private practice and litigation of appellate-level criminal defense, family law, and probate, Taylor plays a vital role in advocating for survivors through the firm’s Sexual Abuse Department.

Taylor’s success with clients is grounded in her person-centered approach, with a heavy focus on every client’s unique needs. She understands that providing a comfortable and safe space for survivors of sexual trauma to share is key to building trust and obtaining the crucial information for a successful claim. By strategizing realistic expectations from intake, Taylor fights whole-heartedly for her clients towards legal solutions that meet their satisfaction for justice.

As a skilled attorney, Taylor’s extraordinary qualities have already earned her notable recognitions and leadership positions. Taylor was President of the Law Women’s Society as a law student at University of Arizona Law School. In this position, she met with the University President and initiated mandatory Title IX training for all students so that survivors of sexual assault, harassment, and gender-based exclusion could successfully navigate the University’s policy when reporting.

Outside of the law, Taylor is passionate about giving back to others in her community. She was the philanthropy chair for the Law Women’s Association, before becoming President of the organization, helping to organize various events focused on benefitting the Tucson community at large. Additionally. she was a former volunteer with the Southern Arizona Aids Foundation (SAAF), where she provided prevention outreach services to individuals in need.

Taylor graduated magna cum laude with her B.S. in Criminology & Criminal Justice from Arizona State University before receiving her J.D. from the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law. Prior to law school, Taylor received a full-tuition scholarship to work for the Arizona State House of Representatives for a semester as a Majority Research Intern. She officially joined Slater Slater Schulman in August 2021 with a desire to become a part of a team that fiercely supports survivors of sexual abuse. Taylor is currently pending admission to the California State Bar.

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