Taylor J. Blatz
Taylor Blatz is an associate with Atkinson Law Group, focusing on the representation of both federal and private sector employees in discrimination matters.
Mr. Blatz earned his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. During his time at Georgetown Law, Mr. Blatz worked as a student attorney in the Georgetown Civil Rights Clinic, where he worked on cases involving employment discrimination, fair housing, FOIA litigation, and voting rights. He also was a staff and executive editor on the Food and Drug Law Journal and provided research assistance to Professor Jamillah Bowman-Williams on the psychology of bias and employment law. Mr. Blatz’s areas of academic interests included civil rights, state and local government, and energy law. After graduating law school, Mr. Blatz did a clerkship with the D.C. Office of Administrative Hearings.
Mr. Blatz attended Western Washington University for his undergraduate education and earned a
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry with minors in English and Psychology. He spent several years working in Dr. Amanda Murphy’s lab researching biocompatible electrically conductive polymers.
Mr. Blatz is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and his Maryland bar application is pending. He is currently practicing under the supervision of a Maryland-barred attorney. He is an active member of the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) and the Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association (MWELA).
In his free time, Mr. Blatz enjoys cycling, camping and hiking, creating music, and acting in community theater.