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Georgia Taylor– Welsh Food Advisory Committee member

Wales specific
Outlines the professional history and qualifications of our Welsh Food Advisory Committee members.
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Georgia joined the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) in 2010 as an Investigations Executive, managing a varied caseload of investigations into advertising complaints. From there, she moved to Leatherhead Food Research to provide consultancy to the food industry on all food law matters, often collaborating with scientific colleagues in the Nutrition and Consumer and Sensory departments.

Whilst studying law, she joined DWF PLC as a Senior Paralegal within the Regulatory, Compliance and Investigations team where she provides legal advice to clients on food law and advertising.  

Over the past 10 years she has contributed to various food-related events, including presenting at Vitafoods Europe and the University of Reading’s Food Industry Symposium.

Georgia holds a first-class degree in Combined Studies and a Masters in Art History from Manchester University as well as a Graduate Diploma in law from BPP University.

Georgia lives with her family in Bristol but her family roots lie in Wales. She spent many childhood holidays exploring Rhossili bay and climbing the Skirrid.

 

Personal interests

Consultancies and/or direct employment

  • Senior Paralegal at DWF

Fee-paid work

  • None

Shareholdings

  • None

Clubs and other organisations

  • Chartered Institute of Legal Executives

Other personal interests

  • None

Non-personal interests

Fellowships

  • None

Indirect support

  • None

Trusteeships

  • None

Land and property

  • None

Other public appointments

  • None

Other non-personal interests

  • None