Betts Patterson Mines

Archita A. Taylor


Seattle Office

(206) 268-8669

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Archita A. Taylor

Archita Taylor is an attorney at Betts, Patterson & Mines focusing her practice on commercial litigation and business transactions. Following a brief stint on Capitol Hill after law school, Archita worked for several years as a voting rights attorney in the nonprofit sector in Washington, D.C. Immediately prior to joining Betts, Patterson & Mines, Archita worked on the legal team at Amazon Web Services, supporting the data center construction team and the professional services sales team. In this capacity, she drafted and negotiated both inbound and outbound commercial agreements, advised business, procurement and sales teams on various legal issues, and provided regular legal compliance trainings. During law school, Archita externed at the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law and was a fellow with the Congressional Black Caucus. Prior to starting law school at Seattle University, she interned in the White House Office of Legislative Affairs.

At Betts, Patterson & Mines, Archita is a member of the Design Professionals Industry Group, a multi-disciplinary team of attorneys who help clients achieve their goals, mitigate risk and maximize opportunities throughout their business life cycle.  Dedicated to serving clients’ legal needs from formation to funding, growth and exit strategies, the Design Professionals Industry Group also offers educational resources and strategic direction, while being a conduit to industry leaders and professionals that offer additional services in concert with our business and legal counsel.  And, while keenly focused on strategies to mitigate risk, when it is unavoidable, our team has a deep bench of skilled litigators with a track record of swiftly and effectively resolving cases.

Publications & Presentations

Changes of Address and the National Voter Registration Act (2016),, November 2016

Local Initiatives Designed to Improve the Voting Experience: Concepts for Local Elected Officials and Election Officials (2015),

Taylor, Archita (2013) “Adopting the Principle of Equitable Relief in Clean Water Act Challenges,” Seattle Journal of Environmental Law: Vol. 3: Iss. 1, Article 8, available at