Bridget Boyle is an attorney in the Litigation group where she focuses generally on business litigation with an interest in the overlap of liability exposure and regulatory compliance.
Prior to coming to Taft, Bridget was an associate at a firm in St. Louis, Missouri. There she focused on product liability and personal injury litigation pleadings, including responsive and dispositive motions and discovery on matters including adversarial bankruptcy, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and negligence issues.
Bridget earned her Juris Doctor from St. Louis University School of Law, cum laude. While in law school, she was an Executive Board Member of the Saint Louis University Law Journal. She received extensive written and oral advocacy training as part of the SLU National Moot Court Team and Trial Advocacy Competition Team. Upon graduation, she was awarded the St. Louis Lawyers Association Milton F. Napier Scholarship for excellence in Trial Advocacy and earned admittance to the Woolsack Honor Society.
Bridget also interned in the Eastern District of Missouri with both the United States’ Attorney’s Office and Magistrate Judge John Bodenhausen.
At the University of Texas at Austin, Bridget graduated with a double major in government and philosophy.
Outside of work, Bridget enjoys volleyball, trivia, and film.
- St. Louis University School of Law (2019)
J.D., cum laude
- University of Texas at Austin (2016)
- State - Missouri
- State - Minnesota
Speeches and Publications
Co-Author, “Fight the Good Fight to Prevent a DOT Audit Through Written Discovery,” In Transit (April 23, 2020)