LCLD comprises more than 400 members serving as either general counsel of major corporations or managing partners of the nation’s leading law firms. LCLD members lead by example, take action, and challenge the legal profession; the esteemed Pathfinder Program helps to prepare future generations of diverse talent for the highest positions of leadership. Nixon Peabody has been an LCLD member firm since 2016.
The LCLD Pathfinder Program is a seven-month professional development experience designed for diverse, high-potential, early-career attorneys. As Pathfinder participants, Taylor and Tammy will gain access to practical tools for building their professional networks, deepening relationships, and developing foundational leadership skills and career development strategies.
“Taylor and Tammy are fantastic attorneys who pair strong legal skills with the passion and commitment required to change our profession for the better,” said Nixon Peabody Chief Talent Officer Stacie Collier. “As we continue our efforts to build more dynamic, inclusive spaces in BigLaw, Taylor and Tammy will be important leaders and contributors. We’re proud of them and pleased to continue the tradition of NP attorneys participating in LCLD programs.”
Based in the firm’s San Francisco office, Taylor is an associate in the firm’s Construction & Real Estate Litigation practice. She represents corporations and individuals in a variety of matters, including construction and real estate development, contract, intellectual property, insurance, and products liability disputes. She handles litigation matters in state and federal courts. Taylor is a graduate of the University of Southern California’s Gould School of Law.
Tammy is a Chicago-based associate in the firm’s Complex Disputes practice, representing companies and individuals from a diverse range of industries through all stages of litigation in state and federal courts. Tammy has significant experience defending clients in class-action lawsuits, cases involving breach of contract disputes, tort claims, construction defect claims, and insurance coverage matters. Tammy is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame Law School.