Clients are the focus here. The unique structure at Taylor English enables me to work with an exceptional team of attorneys to deliver high quality and cost-effective counsel.

Beth Young is a tax controversy attorney and member of Taylor English’s Tax practice group. Ms. Young has experience in assisting taxpayers in resolving various tax controversy disputes with the Internal Revenue Service. Ms. Young previously completed an externship with the Internal Revenue Service Office of Chief Counsel where she composed legal memoranda on a range of topics in response to requests for legal advice. She also has experience as a tax assistant preparing returns for individuals, S-corps and tax-exempt organizations.

Ms. Young attended Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School’s part-time evening program while working full-time. At John Marshall, she served as an editor of the John Marshall Law Journal, and as a student leader in the school’s chapters of the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers and the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. She was also awarded the Peer Mentor of the Year for 2011-2012 and the Dean’s Award for commitment to community service.

Ms. Young received her LLM in taxation from the University of Denver where she was a Graduate Tax Program scholarship recipient and volunteered with the school’s Low Income Taxpayer Clinic.

Ms. Young also holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Georgia where she was a member of the Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology.


American Bar Association

Georgia Bar Association Tax Section

Atlanta Bar Association Tax Section

North Atlanta Tax Council

Georgia Association for Women Lawyers, Special Events and Art Auction Committees

Board of Directors, Future Tax Leaders, National Board Member


University of Denver, Sturm School of Law, LLM, Taxation, 2014

Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, JD, 2013

University of Georgia, BS, Psychology, Mass Communications minor, 2002

Bar Admissions


Courts & Adjudicative Bodies

Supreme Court of Georgia

U.S. Tax Court