Ian Christopher Quillen


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  • Overview
  • Education
  • Involvement
  • Overview

    Ian Quillen focuses his practice on litigation matters conducting legal research, drafting motions and pleadings, as well as preparing witnesses and conducting discovery for bench and jury trials. While in law school, Ian served as a summer associate with Miller & Martin where he supported ongoing litigation and corporate transaction matters. He also gained experience as a research assistant at Emory University School of Law and as a project assistant for two summers with a law firm in Winston Salem, North Carolina.

  • Education

    • J.D, Emory University School of Law, May 2019
      • Top 10% Oralist--Spring 2017 Oral Arguments, Introduction to Legal Advocacy
      • Emory Law Alternative Dispute Resolution Team
      • Emory Law Moot Court Society
    • B.A., Political Science/Public Policy, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, 2016
      • National Merit Scholarship
      • Degree with Distinction
    • IES- Freiburg: European Union Studies, Freiburg, Germany, 2015
      • Course work: The Internal and International relations of the European Union
      • Model European Union; High Representative for Foreign Policy
  • Involvement

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    • Tennessee

Did You Know

An Eagle Scout and a lover of outdoors, Ian is an avid alpine skier and mountaineer. He is also conversationally proficient in the German language.

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