Rebecca Taylor

Associate Attorney

Born and raised in Oregon, Attorney Rebecca Taylor graduated from Gonzaga University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. Shortly after graduating college, Rebecca moved to San Francisco in 2012 to attend the University of San Francisco School of Law where she received her Juris Doctor in May of 2015. Rebecca was licensed with the California State Bar in May 2016.

Throughout law school Rebecca worked as a law clerk for a plaintiff-side, maritime personal injury firm in San Francisco, quickly developing a passion for helping those who have been wrongfully injured. As a result of this experience, advocating aggressively for clients comes naturally for Rebecca. She is committed to working tirelessly to resolve each case, enabling clients to focus solely on their recovery and get their lives back to normal. Rebecca finds joy working directly with clients, and it is her goal to develop a real connection with each client in order to provide a resolution tailored to their individual needs.

Rebecca loves working for Sally Morin Professional Corporation, as her work here allows her to combine her legal skills and education, with her passion for helping others. In her free time, Rebecca loves boxing, traveling, plants, and spending time with her family and friends.

Rebecca Taylor

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Katherine W., San Francisco

"Really enjoyed working with Rebecca Taylor from Sally Morin. Overall she and everyone else I worked with was very honest and trustworthy, upfront, and to the point. She worked hard to get me as much for my settlement as possible and gave me very clear instructions."


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