Sharon D. Taylor


Ms. Taylor has been a practicing paralegal for more than 36 years. Among her duties are assisting in the preparation of documents and materials for all litigation related activities, discovery requests, public document collection, project management for document intensive cases, preparing for hearings, depositions and trials, maintaining and assisting in monitoring various cases, computer research, electronic case filing, organization of file material, communication with clients and/or their representatives and maintaining accurate records of time spent and billing.

Ms. Taylor has been a guest speaker for the San Jacinto College Paralegal Program and for the Institute for Paralegal Education, a Division of NBI, Inc.

Taylor is a graduate of Houston Community College, North Harris County College and holds her Associates Degree in Paralegal studies from Texas Paralegal College. She is a member of the Paralegal Division, State Bar of Texas (former District 1 sub-chair, Continuing Legal Education; former member Publications Committee; former chair, Professional Development Committee; former co-sub chair, Public Relations Committee).

  • “Organization and Time Management Strategies for Paralegals: How to Get the Most Out of Your Day” – Institute for Paralegal Education, June 2007.

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