Taylor Wall received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology: Law and Society from the University of California, Riverside in 2015. While at UCR, Taylor was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity, where he served as the Philanthropy Chairman. Taylor organized and managed the Delta Queen pageant, a multi-month-long fundraising campaign that raised approximately $15,000 for cancer research through City of Hope. He also worked at an adolescent group home, where he mentored teenagers that were court mandated to reside in the facility until they were eligible to return to their home.

Taylor went on to attend the Chapman Dale E. Fowler School of Law and graduated in 2019. While at Chapman, Taylor received the CALI award (highest performance in a class) in his Mediation class, as well as a Mediator certificate. Taylor also took part in the Elder Abuse Clinic, where he worked to represent the nation’s most vulnerable population. Taylor continued this trend by working at multiple law firms throughout mid-2017 through early-2021 that specialized in elder abuse cases.

Taylor started working at Andrews & Thornton in 2020. He has dedicated most of his efforts into the Purdue and Mallinckrodt bankruptcy cases, where he represented tens of thousands of individual claimants due to the lifetime of injuries they experienced from being over-prescribed opioids.

Taylor married the love of his life, whom he met in high school. He enjoys reading, running, cooking, and playing video games in his spare time.

Admissions and Memberships
California State Bar
United States District Court: Central District of California
United States District Court: Eastern District of California