Building Families and Rebuilding Lives

Posted on June 19, 2013 by

Colleen M. Quinn, attorney and partner with Locke & Quinn, was featured in a recent issue of Virginia Super Lawyers. Ms. Quinn discussed her practice in an article titled “Building Families and Rebuilding Lives“:

Clients of multidisciplinary lawyer Colleen Quinn have a history teacher to thank. “When we would get our tests back, which were multiple choice, if I got an answer wrong that I thought should be right, I would argue,” Quinn says. “Initially all the students would roll their eyes like, ‘Oh, gosh, there she goes again,’ and Dr. Pfennig would say, ‘Ms. Quinn, if there’s anything you’re going to be, it’s a lawyer. And anyone that marked that answer, I will accept it.’” Quinn laughs. “Then it started to happen that after every test, everyone would look to me to start the next argument.”

The article continues:

She’s been arguing ever since, on behalf of clients in a broad range of cases. “I’ve had the fortune of being exposed to many different areas of the law,” says Quinn, who handles personal injury, employment and has an adoption/surrogacy niche. “I focus on building families and rebuilding lives. The adoption/surrogacy part is building families; with the employment/personal injury, there’s a sense of rebuilding lives.”

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Building Families and Rebuilding Lives

Colleen M. Quinn, attorney and partner with Locke & Quinn, was featured in a recent issue of Virginia Super Lawyers. Ms. Quinn discussed her practice in an article titled “Building Families and Rebuilding Lives“:

Clients of multidisciplinary lawyer Colleen Quinn have a history teacher to thank. “When we would get our tests back, which were multiple choice, if I got an answer wrong that I thought should be right, I would argue,” Quinn says. “Initially all the students would roll their eyes like, ‘Oh, gosh, there she goes again,’ and Dr. Pfennig would say, ‘Ms. Quinn, if there’s anything you’re going to be, it’s a lawyer. And anyone that marked that answer, I will accept it.’” Quinn laughs. “Then it started to happen that after every test, everyone would look to me to start the next argument.”

The article continues:

She’s been arguing ever since, on behalf of clients in a broad range of cases. “I’ve had the fortune of being exposed to many different areas of the law,” says Quinn, who handles personal injury, employment and has an adoption/surrogacy niche. “I focus on building families and rebuilding lives. The adoption/surrogacy part is building families; with the employment/personal injury, there’s a sense of rebuilding lives.”

Click here to read the complete article »