Tayler Sheehan joined Ropes & Gray’s New York office in 2022 and works in the private capital transactions group.
While at The George Washington University Law School, Tayler was an Honors Legal Intern with the Securities and Exchange Commission in their Division of Enforcement. Tayler spent one summer working as a research assistant, where she researched the financial tools used in the financial crisis of 2008 in comparison to the COVID-19 pandemic and proposed structures to better handle government bailouts in future crises. Tayler spent one semester in the GW in New York program—a competitively chosen New York City-based training program with corporate law courses and an internship. Tayler served as the vice president of finance for the GW Law Student Body Association, as well as senior articles editor of the Business and Finance Law Review, a teaching assistant for the Corporations course, and the treasurer for the Corporate and Business Law Society. Tayler was also a Thurgood Marshall Scholar.
- JD, The George Washington University Law School, 2022; Thurgood Marshall Scholar; Vice President of Finance, GW Law Student Body Association; Senior Articles Editor, The Business and Finance Law Review; Treasurer, The Corporate and Business Law Society
- BA (History), University of Central Florida, 2018