Geneva Taylor

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Geneva L. Taylor joined the firm as a partner in 2017, leads the firm’s Houston office, and is the firms statewide Special Education Practice Group Leader. Ms. Taylor focuses her practice on the representation of Texas school districts, education service centers, cooperatives, and public colleges in all areas of school law with an emphasis on special education and disability law. Ms. Taylor is a nationally recognized expert in special education and disability law and a sought-after guest speaker at state and national conferences and professional developments. She has extensive experience in advising clients regarding State and Federal Civil Rights and anti-discrimination laws including but not limited to the IDEA, Section 504, Americans with Disabilities Act, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, and the United States Constitution. Ms. Taylor was recognized by the Rosenthal Bar Foundation for her dedication to public interest law and was a Super Lawyer Rising Star in 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Ms. Taylor received the Super Lawyer Rising Star in 2018 and 2019 in Texas. Ms. Taylor was recognized by Texas Monthly as a Top Texas Attorney and Top Women Attorneys in Texas in 2018 and 2019.



State Bar of California, 2008​

State Bar of Texas, 2014

Admitted in the Federal District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of Texas

5th Circuit Court of Appeals


State Bar of Texas Education Law

Whittier Center for Children Rights Fellow

Texas Council of School Attorneys

Texas Council of Administrator of Special Education

Harris County Bar of Association

Military Wives Club Planning Committee


LRP National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities, It All Starts with Understanding the Differences and Similarities Between Section 504 and the IDEA (May 2019)

LRP National Institute on Legal Issues of Educating Individuals with Disabilities, Confused About Dyslexia? Don’t Overthink It (May 2019)

Texas Alliance of Black School Educators: Making Difficult Decisions: Ethics for Educational Professionals; (February 2019)

Texas Council of Administrators of Special Education, The Safety of Everyone is Our Priority (February 2019)

Texas Council of Administrators of Special Education; When Professional Accountability and Ethical Responsibility Collide in Serving Special Education Students (February 2019)

ESC Region 5 Superintendents RAC Meeting: Band-Aids are for Cuts not Hemorrhages (February 2019)

Killeen Independent School District: Section 504 Requirements in Public Schools (December 2018)