Taylor Kinsey is a member of Womble Bond Dickinson’s Case Management Facility (CMF), a high tech legal knowledge management system, representing defendants in high-stakes mass tort and multi-jurisdictional products liability litigation. Taylor focuses her practice on trials, where she accompanies trial teams to court daily to help prepare, present and track exhibits in complex mass tort litigation. She also assists case teams with researching trends, working up cases and preparing work product. Taylor spends a significant amount of time on site during trials throughout Florida. At trial, in addition to her trial team colleagues from Womble Bond Dickinson, she works side-byside with in-house defense teams and outside counsel from a variety of other AM Law 200 firms.

When Taylor is not at trial, she enjoys volunteering at local animal rescue shelters.


Any result the lawyer or law firm may have achieved on behalf of clients in other matters does not necessarily indicate similar results can be obtained for other clients.

  • Provided pre-trial and trial support to in-house defense teams and outside counsel, both on-site at trial as well as assisting trial teams remotely.
  • Represented a Fortune 500 manufacturing company in the Engle litigation pending in the State of Florida, focused on preparation of trial exhibit lists and tracking trial exhibit use and admission in the courtroom.

Bar admissions

2016, North Carolina


  • J.D., 2016, Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law
    • Richard A. Lord Intramural Moot Court Competition
    • Peer Mentor Program
    • Vice President, Student Animal Legal Defense Fund
    • Representative, Student Bar Association
    • Student Life Committee Chair, Student Bar Association
    • Stubbs Bankruptcy Clinic
  • B.S., 2013, East Carolina University: Criminal Justice/Political Science
    • magna cum laude
    • Chancellor’s List
    • Dean’s List
    • International Dean’s List Society
    • Student Activities Board
    • The National Society of Leadership and Success
    • Alpha Phi Sigma National Criminal Justice Honor Society