Taylor Seaton was born in Wichita, Kansas. She lived in Kansas until 2007 when her father purchased a law firm in Big Spring, Texas. Taylor attended McMurry University and then transferred to Angelo State University. She graduated summa cum laude in 2016 from Angelo State University, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in Graphic Design while playing collegiate volleyball. During her collegiate volleyball career, Taylor helped lead her team to both a NCCAA national championship win in 2012 as well as a conference championship and regional finalist finish in 2015.
After graduation from Angelo State University, Taylor worked as a graphic designer for a photography editing software company in Dallas, Texas. After a year in Dallas, Taylor decided that she wanted to return to school to follow in her father’s footsteps and become a lawyer. While completing the necessary requirements for law school admission, Taylor received her teaching certification and taught English to seventh-grade students in Odessa, Texas.
Taylor attended law school at Texas Tech University School of Law in Lubbock, Texas. During her time at Texas Tech, Taylor served as the Online Editor for Volume 53 of the Texas Tech Law Review, a student attorney for the Innocence Clinic, the President of the Criminal Law Association, the Director of Special Events for the Board of Barristers, a member of Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society. Upon graduation, Taylor earned summa cum laude honors and was ranked tenth in her law school class at Texas Tech.
Taylor now works full-time as an attorney at Attorney Dean Boyd, PLLC. She enjoys handling both litigation and pre-litigation matters within the firm, as well as zealously advocating for her clients to achieve the best possible outcome.
In her free time, Taylor enjoys being active with her three dogs, spending time with her family, and doing anything artistic-related. She loves interior design and has many pieces of artwork, she has painted, displayed in her house. With only two younger sisters, Taylor comes from a house of all girls. Her father often jokes that he had to become a lawyer just to have a chance to win an argument in the all-girl household. Some of Taylor’s favorite moments are when her entire family, which also happen to be big dog lovers, have a chance to be together. Thus, family gatherings get a little hectic with the combined ten dogs.
Texas Tech University School of Law
Angelo State University, Bachelor of Fine Arts, 2016