Taylor Herring White

Taylor Herring White






  • Mississippi College School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude
  • University of Southern Mississippi, Bachelor of Arts in History, Honors College, summa cum laude

Bar Admissions

  • Mississippi
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
  • U.S. District Courts for Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi


Taylor's innate interest in history and passionate desire for learning in college helped her develop a love for analytical thinking and problem solving which makes her a talented lawyer today. With a dedication to excellence that gained her several awards in law school, Taylor recognizes that each client deserves the most knowledgeable representation, and that drives her to work diligently and tirelessly every day. For Taylor, working as a team with her colleagues motivates her to find creative solutions to difficult problems. Taylor finds fulfillment in developing personal relationships, and with her background in French and large repertoire of travel, clients can always expect a personal, cultured, and genuine experience when working with her.

Professional Recognition

Professional Recognition

  • John E. Gonzales Research Award for historical studies in Paris, France (2014)
  • Mississippi Bar Litigation & General Practice Section Award (2017)
  • Mississippi Chapter of the Federal Bar Association Robert Hauberg Award (2018)

Law School Honors & Awards

  • Law Review Executive Board: Casenote & Comment Editor
  • Moot Court Executive Board: External Appellate Chair
  • Hearin Full Tuition Scholarship
  • Best Brief in National Moot Court Competition
  • Best Oral Advocate in National Moot Court Competition
  • Best Paper Award in Legal Writing I, II, and III, Legal Research, Contracts, Evidence, Law and Literature, Sales and Leasing, Constitutional Law, Healthcare Law, Supreme Court Seminar, and Bioethics

Previous Experience

  • Intern for Magistrate Judge Michael T. Parker, for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi