Taylor Fairchild is a law clerk at COJK working with the firm's life sciences patent practice group, where she devotes her time drafting patent applications related to biochemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering technologies. Her experience includes drafting patent materials on technologies related to waste water treatment, electronics, manufacturing technologies, and mechanical devices. Taylor's technical experience extends to software coding and general purpose-programming languages, such as Python.
Prior to entering law school, Taylor was a lab technician providing R&D support at consumer products company Alaffia. She is currently enrolled at the University of Washington School of Law as a 2L law student and is also working towards earning a master's degree in electrical engineering. Taylor received her bachelor's degree in biochemistry from The Evergreen State College. While in law school, Taylor served as a 1L board member of the Innocence Project Northwest (IPNW), was a 1L mock trial quarter-finalist, and currently serves as the treasurer of the Washington Innocence Project, a state chapter of the former IPNW. Taylor was also an intern at the Northwest Anti-Defamation League in the summer of 2013.