Housing & Employment Justice Attorney
Taylor Campion has been advocating for marginalized communities’ housing and economic rights since 2012. She comes to FVAP from Bay Area Legal Aid and has years of experience working in direct services as a legal aid attorney in housing and economic rights. As a Law Student at University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law, she worked as a Law Clerk at Utah’s Disability Law Center advocating for the housing and employment rights of people with disabilities. In 2014, Taylor relocated to California and began working at the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley’s Mental Health Advocacy Project (MHAP) and Health Legal Services (HLS) as a Staff and then Senior Attorney. At the Law Foundation, Taylor represented clients in various housing claims including, eviction defense, housing subsidy terminations, fair housing discrimination, habitability issues and restraining orders. Additionally, while at the Law Foundation, she represented clients with economic rights issues, including Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Insurance claims and post-entitlement issues and employment discrimination claims. In early 2018, Taylor joined Bay Area Legal Aid as a Disability Rights Attorney, advocating for individuals with disabilities in Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Insurance claims.