Our Diverse Community Presents: A Conversation with Alumna Taylor Frazier Hernandez, JD ‘21

Join us for a conversation with WashULaw alumna Taylor Frazier Hernandez, Judicial Law Clerk for the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut.

Taylor Frazier Hernandez is a 2021 WashULaw graduate. She obtained her A.B. in History, with a concentration in U.S. History, and a Certificate in African American Studies from Princeton University, with Honors. She received her Master of Public Health at Boston University, with concentrations in Maternal and Child Health and Health Law, Policy, and Management. During her time at WashULaw, Taylor served as the President of the Latin American Law Students Association, the Diversity and Inclusion Chair of Women’s Law Caucus, as well as participated in numerous organizations, including the Black Law Students Association, Women of Color Law Society, and the Public Service Advisory Board. Taylor continued to dedicate herself to the WashULaw community with her involvement as a Faculty Research Assistant, Co-chair of the Wiley Rutledge Moot Court Board, a member of the Dean’s Student Advisory Council, and a Peer Career Advisor.

 Taylor participated in both the Appellate Clinic and Children’s Rights Clinic, and obtained the Public Interest Certificate. Upon graduation, she joined Goodwin in New York, and she is currently clerking on the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut. Taylor will begin clerking on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in the fall.

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