Of Counsel

Katherine L. Taylor

Bar Admissions

  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • Women’s Bar Association of Maryland, Past President, Howard County Chapter
  • Howard County Bar Association
  • American Bar Association

Background & History

Katherine L. Taylor is the founder of Taylor Legal. Her law firm represents business owners and property owners in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area.

Katherine’s legal career began at Whiteford, Taylor and Preston in the Commercial Litigation Department of the Baltimore Law Firm. She eventually left Big Law to work in Howard County as a Senior Assistant County Solicitor where she spent 10 years representing Howard County government agencies, boards, and departments.

In 2004, Katherine started Taylor Legal, where she continues to enjoy working with business owners to help them protect the businesses they created. The legal foundations of a business need to be solid, and the transactional agreements need to be sound. Katherine helps ensure that all fit together with additional help from her background as a Certified Public Accountant.

Katherine is an adjunct professor in the Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Clinic at University of Maryland Frances King Carey School of Law. Katherine is a frequent instructor for the National Business Institute, an organization that provides CLE credits for lawyers and CPAs.

Past Employment Positions

  • Whiteford, Taylor and Preston

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Education

  • University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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Professional Organizations & Memberships

  • American Association of Attorney-CPAs; President, National Capital Area Chapter (2010 to present)
  • Howard County and Maryland Central Chambers of Commerce
  • Former Member of Board of Directors of Greater Elkridge Community Association
  • Teach “Law for Life” class to Academy classes at Christopher Place Employment Center, a residential job-training and preparation program for formerly incarcerated, addicted and homeless men (2019 to present)
  • Active volunteer in Howard County Schools.  Serve annually as judge for Simulated Congressional Hearings; taught a unit on Law-Related Education; judge of National History Day projects (2005 to present)
  • Volunteered as an attorney for the Homeless Persons Representation Project.
  • Served as Chair of Maryland Bar Association Special Action Committee on Drug and Alcohol Abuse.
  • Amateur photographer, runner, old dog rescuer, grammar nerd.

Awards and Honors

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