Personal Injury Attorney Taylor Rodney Marks Appointed Education Committee Co-Chair of NCAJ’s New Lawyers Division
Personal injury attorney Taylor Rodney Marks has been appointed Co-Chair of the Education Committee for the New Lawyers Division of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ). In this role, she will play a crucial part in crafting innovative education initiatives and resources for attorneys with less than ten years of experience.
Taylor’s appointment showcases her leadership abilities and unwavering commitment to promoting excellence in the legal profession. She recently graduated from NCAJ’s NEXT Program, which aims to engage and empower the next generation of litigators in North Carolina. Through various skill-building activities, such as learning from seasoned lawyers, education on diversity and inclusion, and training for board positions, participants are well-prepared to assume important leadership roles within their communities and the legal field.
Located in Ward and Smith’s Wilmington office, Taylor is a litigation attorney with a primary focus on personal injury matters, including car accidents, medical malpractice, premises liability, and products liability. Furthermore, she provides invaluable insights and services in trusts and estates litigation, as well as business litigation. With her profound legal knowledge and unwavering dedication to achieving favorable outcomes for clients, Taylor is a highly esteemed member of our team.