Tayla George is an Associate Attorney at Mesa Law. While Tayla was born and raised in New Hampshire, her great-grandparents’ immigration to the United States from Lebanon and Syria sparked her interest and passion for immigration. Tayla joined the firm in 2023, after graduating from law school. She assists clients with a broad range of immigration needs. Her practice focuses on family-based and humanitarian-based immigration benefits. Tayla specializes in working with minors to obtain Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) through representation of the minors in guardianship cases before various family courts in New Hampshire.

Bar Admissions:

  • New Hampshire


  • University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law- 2023
    • Juris Doctor
    • Cum laude
    • Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program
  • University of New Hampshire- 2020
    • B.A., Political Science and Justice Studies with a Minor in Security Studies
    • Summa cum laude
    • University Honors Program Presidential Scholar


In undergrad, Tayla was a part of the Honors Program and in her senior year she completed her honors thesis conducting a comparative analysis of refugee policies in the United States and Canada. In law school, Tayla was a member of the prestigious Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program. Dedicated to pursuing a career in immigration law, Tayla was selected as one of the first two recipients of the Rudman Scholars award and was also selected to receive the Robert M. Viles Fellowship Award.