Crystal Taylor is an associate at Goldberg, Miller & Rubin’s New York office. Her practice focuses on insurance coverage matters, including first-party coverage, claim investigation, and no-fault litigation and arbitration.
Before joining Goldberg, Miller & Rubin, Crystal represented clients throughout New York and New Jersey in both state and federal courts, as well as the Executive Office for Immigration Review. She has broad experience in several areas of law, including United States immigration and naturalization, real estate, plaintiff personal injury, family and domestic relations, civil and municipal litigation from motions to bench trials, consumer debt, wills, trusts, and estates.
Crystal earned her Master of Laws in US Immigration and Naturalization and Juris Doctor from Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas. During her tenure there, she received various honors awards and served as the Vice President of Student Affairs her second year. She was also on diverse collaborative faculty and student body committees, including grants, budgets, and finances.
While attending law school, Crystal was a fellow for the Center for Legal Pedagogy, a program chartered and designed to prepare incoming first-year students for the rigors of law school. During her time there, she researched relevant academic publications and curriculum. Crystal also managed student tutors and their tutorial programs in various doctrinal courses by providing detailed feedback and disaggregation of compiled data. Additionally, she served as a mentor to incoming first-year students until her graduation in 2015.
When Crystal is not practicing, she enjoys traveling, sailing, cooking, reading, and spending time on the porch with her dog Vincent. She is also a die-hard Eagles fan who deserves numerous accolades for being married to a Cowboys fan.