Taylor Green is an associate with King & Spalding’s International Trade practice in Washington, DC. Taylor advises clients on international trade and regulatory matters, specializing in export controls, sanctions, and CFIUS. Taylor assists clients with practical business solutions and has extensive experience crafting, forming, and constructing numerous compliance programs.
Taylor brings an in-house perspective to the practice group. Prior to joining the firm, Taylor worked in the life sciences field as lead attorney for a U.S. subsidiary of a major international corporation that develops and manufactures a broad range of analytical, medical, and aerospace equipment indispensable for research, development, and quality control in a variety of fields. Much of Taylor’s focus was with government and private sector transactions, export controls, IP licensing, employment, risk, and compliance.
After graduating law school, Taylor took on the role as Boston College’s first Export Control Officer. There she established the Office of Export Controls and Research Security where she created compliance programs and policies while managing the day to day task associated with export controls, sanctions, and undue foreign influence related to federal research grants.
During law school, Taylor was the recipient of a highly competitive national security award, the Boren Fellowship. Taylor studied in Tokyo, Japan during her last semester of law school while interning with Morgan Lewis in their Corporate Business & Transactions Group. Taylor also interned with the US Army as a Judge Advocate General (JAG) intern; volunteered for an assignment in South Korea in 2017 and was selected to be a member of the JAG Corps Reserves.
J.D., Boston College Law School
B.A., Loyola University Maryland
District of Columbia
Society for International Affairs