Caroline Taylor started with Whitfield, Bryson & Mason as a law clerk, upon graduating law school in 2012, she remained with the team as an attorney. She focuses on civil litigation, personal injury, medical malpractice, criminal law, and mass torts.
As an undergraduate at Western Kentucky University, Caroline actively participated in many clubs and organizations and graduated Summa Cum Laude in December 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Corporate and Organization Communication. Caroline attended the University of Louisville School of Law where she obtained her law degree in only two and half years. During her time at the University of Louisville, Caroline was on the University of Louisville Law Review (Volume 50) and was a member of Law Students for Justice, the American Association for Justice’s law school division.
Currently, Caroline is the Newsletter Chair for the Railroad Section of the American Association for Justice and an active member of the Tennessee Association for Justice. Caroline has previously divided her time between Whitfield, Bryson & Mason’s Kentucky and Tennessee offices, but is happy to now focus her efforts in Nashville, Tennessee.
Some of Caroline Taylor’s Representative Matters Include:
- Assisted with the case against former Kentucky State Representative Ben Waide for improper campaign contributions among other allegations
- Assisted with a case in Madisonville, Kentucky that obtained a $681,500 verdict
- Western Kentucky University: Bachelor of Arts in Corporate and Organizational Communication, summa cum laude
- University of Louisville: Juris Doctor
- Tennessee Association for Justice
- American Association for Justice
- State of Tennessee
- State of Kentucky
- State of Florida
- U.S. District Court of the Western District of Kentucky