Taylor Brooks

Taylor Brooks Class of 2015 - Lincoln, NE

"Nebraska Law challenges its students to explore the entire range of possibilities a J.D. can offer in Nebraska, the United States, and around the world."

My Experience

Academic Concentration

International Space, Cyber and Telecommunications Law

Student Organizations

Nebraska Law Review – Member

Allies and Advocates for LGBT Equality – Advocacy Chair

International Law Student Association – Member

Student Bar Association – Member

Practical Experience

Nebraska Appleseed – Immigration Law Practicum

National Strategic Research Institute, U.S. Strategic Command University-Affiliated Research Center – Researcher

U.S. Embassy Thailand – State Department Student Internship Program

"The University of Nebraska's partnership with U.S. Strategic Command allowed me to work with a lead faculty researcher on the legal component of a multi-disciplinary report on cyber warfare. As one of only a handful of Department of Defense designated University Affiliated Research Centers, the partnership provided a unique opportunity for me to directly shape policy and operations at the highest levels of our government and military."
Taylor and Jack
"Nebraska Law is committed to ensuring that a diverse and vibrant community of students and faculty thrives within its walls. My favorite memory as the Advocacy Chair in the college's Allies and Advocates for LGBT Equality organization was the incredible collage of handwritten responses to "I am an Ally because..." on Ally Appreciation Day."
"You wouldn't guess it, but Nebraska Law is a one-stop shop for the U.S. Military hoping to train their lawyers before posting them to Space or Cyber Command. As a regular J.D. student, I took advantage of the classes offered for the Space, Cyber, and Telecommunications Law LL.M., and had unparalleled access to leading faculty and an incredible network of classmates with the perspective of those already engaged in national security-related fields, both public and private. With a focus on the legal issues we face now and well into the future, my legal training at Nebraska was truly cutting-edge."
Taylor in Class