Talia Childs joined Gallium Law in 2017 as an Intellectual Property paralegal. Since then, her role has expanded to include firm administration, oversight of operations, and human resources. She is now our office manager and focuses on ensuring smooth and consistent daily operations throughout the firm, and, most importantly, client satisfaction.
Talia holds a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida. Before joining Gallium Law, she has held positions in project management, office management, customer service, and sales in a wide range of industries including (but not limited to) autonomous vehicles, education, and foodservice. She particularly loves working in client-and-customer-facing roles, because they allow her to understand each individual's needs and become a zealous advocate for those she serves. She expertly leverages the financial background and acute attention to detail of her accounting degree, along with her extensive team-management experience, to provide Gallium and its clients with a reliable go-to person for any task. No question is too silly and no request too outrageous – she will do whatever is necessary, with a smile on her face.
Outside of work, Talia can usually be found with her nose buried in a book, or putting around in the garden. While she might not necessarily have the world's greenest thumb, she is nevertheless determined to sustainably grow all of her produce at home. Fascinated by philosophies and cultural traditions from every corner of the globe, she is on a constant quest to learn, understand, and gain new insights. With passions for environmental justice, sustainability, and living consciously, she enjoys working with her community and strives to make every action meaningful and contribute to humanity at large. She's also been told that she's a pretty excellent vegan cook.