Taylor D. Brewer, Partner, Moran Reeves Conn
Taylor Brewer is a partner at Moran Reeves Conn in Richmond, Virginia, where she concentrates her practice on defending health care providers in medical malpractice and regulatory matters. She also represents governmental entities and constitutional officers in civil rights cases. She has authored and is a national speaker on legal issues in correctional health care. Taylor is a graduate of Davidson College and the University of South Carolina School of Law. She is the Chair of the pro bono program at her firm and is the current Vice President of the Board of the Greater Richmond Bar Foundation, through which she represents pro bono victims of domestic and spousal abuse. Taylor also serves on the Board of the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys and chairs the organization’s Women’s Section. Outside the office, Taylor enjoys running and spending time with her husband and three young children.
Seth Caroll, Partner, Commonwealth Law Group
Since graduating from William & Mary School of Law, Seth has worked exclusively in litigation. He has more than 15 years of experience in employment, workers’ compensation, personal injury, and civil rights litigation. His experience spans from representing individuals in administrative proceedings and bench trials to jury trials and appeals. Seth primarily focuses on representing individuals whose constitutional rights have been violated at the hands of law enforcement or while incarcerated. He has extensive experience litigating claims against individual officers, municipalities, and government agencies for violations of rights protected by the First, Fourth, Eighth, and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution. In addition to his regular practice, Seth has taken on leadership roles in national and state organizations with regard to issues related to protecting individual constitutional rights. He has authored educational materials and presented at conventions and educational programs on constitutional and state law in the realm of corrections and law enforcement. He a former Chair of the Civil Rights Section for the American Association for Justice, and currently serves at the Vice-Chair of the Police Misconduct Subcommittee. He is a member of the Federal Bar Association, the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, and the National Police Accountability Project. Seth also periodically serves on committees for the purpose of reviewing proposed changes to laws or rules that impact police reform, correctional reform, and the protection of individual constitutional rights.
Isaac A. Mcbeth | New Strategic Initiatives of Revolution Church
Isaac A. McBeth is currently the General Counsel and Director for New Strategic Initiatives of Revolution Church based out of Denver, Colorado. Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. McBeth served in the United States Army for 8 years, working as a military intelligence analyst and a drill sergeant. He received a BA in Legal Studies from American Military University and a J.D. from the University of Richmond School of Law.
Mr. McBeth began his legal practice at a large Richmond-area law firm in 2011 and subsequently joined a boutique firm, where he specialized in defending malpractice and constitutional claims. During this time, Mr. McBeth also represented veterans seeking relief under the Federal Tort Claims Act in federal court and obtained significant recoveries on their behalf. It was also at this time that Mr. McBeth began teaching courses on federal pretrial practice and procedure at the University of Richmond School of Law as an adjunct faculty member and continues to do so through the present day. In 2015, Mr. McBeth joined the Halperin Law Center and, over the years that followed, specialized in representing those deprived of their constitutional rights by state and federal employees. He was eventually promoted to become a litigation partner with the firm, and has been awarded a number of peer nominated recognitions for his work in civil rights to include being named a Leader in the Law and being selected for Super Lawyers, Super Lawyers Rising Star, and Best Lawyers Ones to Watch.