Taylor Lammonds was focused on becoming an attorney from a very young age, so it’s no surprise that her proudest moment was graduating from law school. Her ambition, passion, and incredible work ethic stem from growing up in a small town in Western North Carolina where her grandfather started a family business with limited resources and education and turned it into a success. These attributes, combined with her desire to help business owners, make Taylor a valuable asset to the firm’s workers’ compensation practice.

Taylor’s journey to becoming a lawyer started at Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law. At Campbell, she was an Editor of Campbell Law Review for Volume 44 and Volume 45 and a member of the Moot Court Team. Also, while in law school, Taylor worked as a legal intern with in-house counsel for multiple businesses located in Raleigh and interned with the Johnston County District Attorney’s Office. Additionally, she served as a student attorney at the Gailor Family Law Litigation Clinic which assists low-income clients in Wake County with custody and divorce matters.

When she can get away from the office, Taylor enjoys the outdoors with her husband and their dog. The beach is her favorite place to be where she is on the hunt for sharks’ teeth. She also enjoys crocheting and teaching dance classes in her community.