Taylor K. Lamb advises telecommunications and technology clients on state and federal regulatory, compliance, and corporate matters. Prior to joining the firm, Taylor worked as a public policy fellow at Facebook with the connectivity & access policy team, where she actively counseled various internal groups on the legislative and regulatory landscape surrounding numerous product launches. Taylor started her legal career as a legal fellow at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for Commissioner Geoffrey Starks, providing legal analyses of pertinent Open Meeting items and drafting corresponding statements.
While at Georgetown University Law Center, Taylor served as the administrative editor and treasurer of the National Security Law & Policy Journal, as well as a director for the Student Intellectual Property Law Association. Taylor interned for the House Judiciary’s Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet Subcommittee, the US Agency for Global Media, and for Judge Rudolph Contreras of the US District Court for the District of Columbia. At graduation, Taylor received the designation of Pro Bono Exceptional Honoree for completing over 200 hours of pro bono service.
Taylor graduated summa cum laude from the University of Georgia with Bachelor’s degrees in public relations and international affairs. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and was a First Honor Graduate in the Grady School of Journalism and Mass Communication and the School of Public and International Affairs.
Georgetown University Law Center, 2019, J.D.
University of Georgia, 2016, B.A., Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa