Top rated family law attorney in Denver, ColoradoGebhardt Emerson Moodie Bonanno, LLC
Practice Areas: Family law, Criminal defense
Licensed in Colorado since: 2018
Education: University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Gebhardt Emerson Moodie Bonanno, LLC650 S Cherry St
Denver, CO 80246 Visit website
From the law firm of Gebhardt Emerson Moodie Bonanno, LLC, associate attorney Hannah Taylor works with an unwavering focus to protect the rights and entitlements of Denver, Colorado, families. She is licensed to practice law in Colorado since 2018.
Ms. Taylor has a well-established reputation among her colleagues and clients for her ability to provide strategic and cost-effective legal solutions to matters involving divorce, alimony, child support, parenting time, adoptions, property division and post-decree modifications.
Before joining Gebhardt Emerson Moodie Bonanno, LLC, Ms. Taylor garnered experience trying complex criminal cases at the Adams County District Attorney’s Office. Armed with this knowledge, she now assists her family law clients with their criminal law needs as well, which include providing service and support to crime victims, filing protection orders and defending against select criminal offenses.
A native of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Ms. Taylor completed her Bachelor of Arts in political science at the University of New Mexico, where she was a Presidential Scholar. She received her legal education at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. During law school, she was bestowed with the Outstanding Student Leadership Award and was a part of Denver University’s champion trial team.
Talented in research and writing, Ms. Taylor had her article published by the Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy and presented at the Duke University School of Law Symposium. Furthermore, she clerked at the Denver District Court for the honorable Judge Ross B.H. Buchanan.
Ms. Taylor is an active member of the Family Law Section and the Young Lawyers Division of the Colorado Bar Association and the Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee. She also offered free legal services to underprivileged families by working with Colorado Legal Services.
Practice areasFamily law, Criminal defense
- 80% Family law
- 20% Criminal defense
First Admitted: 2018, Colorado
Professional Webpage: https://familylawco.com/about/hannah-taylor/
- Colorado Bar Association
- University of New Mexico, B.A. Political Science
- Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee
- This Article examines the framework for resolving Title VII retaliation disputes through the lens of gender pay disparity and proposes that the current framework is inadequate. The Article begins by illustrating the issue and the impact of retaliatory conduct in the workplace through the stories of two female workers. It also explains the Title VII retaliation standard and explores the process for filing and pursuing an anti- retaliation claim under this framework. Ultimately, the current framework is inadequate for two reasons. First, it does little to discourage retaliatory conduct by employers or co-workers because what amounts to “retaliation” under the law is under-inclusive and difficult to prove. Second, the employment relationship is among the most important in American society, but instead of seeking to salvage it, the current litigation-driven anti-retaliation framework destroys it. Consequently, the Article proposes an alternative dispute resolution method for solving retaliation disputes and provides examples from the transformative mediation and ombudsman models., Author, The Other 20 Cents Isn't Worth It: The Inadequacy of Title VII's Anti-Retaliation Framework, Duke Journal of Gender, Law, and Policy , Labor And Employment, 2019
Office location for Hannah Taylor
650 S Cherry St
Denver, CO 80246
- Rising Stars: 2023