Taylor Ogborn is a litigation attorney with Crouse Erickson. Taylor earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado and her law degree from the University of Idaho College of Law where she was recognized on the Dean’s List all three years. While attending the University of Idaho, Taylor was chosen by her professors to compete in the McNichols Moot Court competition. She also served as the Vice President of the Law School’s Student Bar Association.
+ Read More
During law school, Taylor sought every opportunity to gain litigation experience. She interned for the public defender’s office, volunteered with the University of Idaho’s tax program, and practiced as a legal intern at the University of Idaho’s legal aid clinic. Practicing at the clinic is where Taylor found her passion for family law. She advocated for clients in cases involving marital dissolutions, child custody disputes, domestic violence, child support, contempt, modifications, and adoption. In addition to working at the Clinic, Taylor also volunteered with Idaho’s Court Appointed Specialty Advocates program providing representation and advocacy for children involved in child protection cases.
Given her strong interest in family law, Taylor was recruited to the Crouse Erickson firm long prior to her law school graduation and she first worked with the firm as a law clerk, gaining valuable family law experience. Upon law school graduation and passing the bar, Taylor immediately began practice in family law litigation with Crouse Erickson. She brings a passion to litigation and values the relationships she builds with her clients.
In her free time, Taylor enjoys fly fishing, camping, snow skiing, and watching football with her dog.