Christopher Taylor, Legal - Summer 2021
Christopher Taylor (he / him / his) is a J.D. candidate at New York University Law School. A rising second-year student, he has worked as a student advocate with NYU’s HIV Law Society and with NYU’s Identity Documents Project. Christopher grew up in Utah, and before law school he worked as an administrative intern at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Utah. He also served as a Development Coordinator for the OUT Foundation, a nonprofit that advocates on behalf of LGBTQ+ students at Latter-Day-Saint-affiliated universities. Christopher received his B.A. in German and Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies from the University of Utah. He was a summer research intern at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Digital History in Vienna, where he helped document the work of women journalists after World War I.