Taylor M. Anderson
Deputy City Attorney
General municipal law related to adult-use/recreational and medical cannabis, including drafting and reviewing ordinances, code enforcement, nuisance abatement, and advising various City departments.
Background and Experience
Taylor Anderson is a Deputy City Attorney whose practice focuses on servicing the legal needs of the City of Long Beach on cannabis related matters. Ms. Anderson primarily practices in the area of municipal law and advises various City departments, including the City Manager, Fire Department, Police Department, Financial Management, Health and Human Services, and Development Services regarding implementation and enforcement of cannabis laws and regulations in the City.
Ms. Anderson is a member of the State Bar of California, the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the Long Beach Bar Association. Ms. Anderson is admitted to practice in California.
Ms. Anderson received her Juris Doctor from Pacific Coast University, where she graduated valedictorian and was a recipient of the Excellence in Trial Advocacy Award. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Vanguard University.